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Transforming Our Challenges

The more we practice forgiveness, the easier we find it to forgive and the greater the quality of our forgiveness.


When others give us reason to need to forgive, they are giving us the gift of opportunity to practice.


Choosing to be grateful for that gift is the beginning of forgiveness.




The more we practice acceptance, the easier we find it to be accepting and the greater the quality of our acceptance.


When others do things we find it difficult to accept, they are giving us the opportunity to practice.


Choosing to be grateful for that gift is the beginning of authentic acceptance.


The more we practice tolerance, the easier we find it to be tolerant and the greater the quality of our tolerance.


When others give us reason to need to be tolerant, they are giving us the gift of an opportunity to practice.


Choosing to be grateful for that gift is the beginning of enduring tolerance.


The more we practice being non-judgmental, the easier we find it not to judge and greater the quality of our non-judgement.


When others provide us with an opportunity to practice being non-judgmental, they are giving us an opportunity to practice.


Choosing to be grateful for that gift is the beginning of being stolidly non-judgmental.



When others provide us with an opportunity to practice being non-judgmental, they are giving us an opportunity to practice.


Choosing to be grateful for that gift is the beginning of being stolidly non-judgmental.



The more we practice truth, the easier we find it to be truthful and the greater the purity of our truth.


When others give us opportunities to tell lies, they are giving us an opportunity to practice being truthful.


Choosing to be grateful for that gift is the beginning of pure truthfulness.



The more we practice unconditional love, the easier we find it to be limitless in our loving and the greater the quality of our love.


When we find others difficult to love, they are giving us an opportunity to practice unconditional love.


Choosing to be grateful for that gift is the beginning of true compassion.


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