Power Lifting

I am no less strong

For knowing my weakness(es).

Discovering and knowing our personal truths are powerlifting character exercises.








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29 thoughts on “Power Lifting

  1. Knowing our weaknesses gives us the opportunity to focus on our strengths. πŸ™‚

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  2. Well said! As always. πŸ™‚ ❀


  3. ivor20 says:

    I discovered all my weaknesses
    Lifting my gracious princess
    I carried all her courageous strength

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  4. I know most of mine, but forget them until I try to do something that is becoming too energy depleting for me now. And once I start it my stubborness kicks in and I just keep on until I collapse. Not good, but tying that string around my finger to remind myself just isn’t working for me either — I forget what the string is for! Have a good weekend, Colleen. πŸ˜‡πŸ˜€β€β€β€

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  5. They could be the most hardcore exercises I think!


  6. The pearls of wisdom πŸ™‚


  7. ksbeth says:

    doing so is definitely a strength, not a weakness –


  8. Val Boyko says:

    You are stronger because you are aware of your weaknesses❣️


  9. Yes they are! I know more than a few of my weaknesses and this knowledge gives me the power to avoid situations that get me into trouble!


  10. Debra says:

    Sometimes those truths are weighty, for sure, but I agree with you! Very well said, Colleen!


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