Winding Up

 

 

Stone, Throw, Infrastructure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m glad that with age comes some understanding of this.

But I still catch myself winding up.

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23 thoughts on “Winding Up

  1. beth says:

    everyone falls into their old patterns from time to time, over time we become aware of it. we are human.

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  2. The thing about throwing stones is that you have to remember to let go!

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  3. markbialczak says:

    Now this is quite an understanding angle, MBC.

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  4. AmyRose🌹 says:

    Hmmmm …. caught myself too just the other day. Foot in mouth syndrome to be honest. As for those stones we have thrown, and we all have, no we cannot get them back but darn it, I’m hoping with our “new” approach to life, those past thrown stones now have been turned into love.

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  5. Debra says:

    This is a really major understanding,Colleen. Thank you for sharing it and inspiring me as you do!

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    • Thank you for telling me that Debra. I so often write these things as reminders to myself. Maybe a throw back to note taking as a child in school…..write it repeatedly as the process of learning. And relearning.

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  6. Oh, yeah – me too…

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  7. But the rock is like, “I’m flyyyyyyyiiiiiinnngggg!!!!” 🙂

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