I write these notes when I have moments of clarity.
Secretly, I write them to my other self…the self who knows better, but doesn’t do better.
The self who gets overwhelmed yet again (surprise, surprise).
The self who gets jealous of those I should be cheering for.
The self that gets into silly arguments with family.
The self who needs a movie (even a bad one) to get numb.
I unconditionally forgive myself, because, I didn’t know better. I am running old habits that I thought were the best at the time I chose them. Seeing beyond our old habits is difficult. Changing them is even more so.
Had I grown up in a different part of the world with a different family, I might be having to forgive myself for things I consider to be much worse.
Because, I forgive myself unconditionally, I must unconditionally forgive everyone else.
I believe in second chances.
I believe that courageous, vigilant action in every moment will lead to constant clarity.
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