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Choosing a Path
This is lesson 5 in the series "Conquering Codependency - Loving Without Leaning" looking at aspects of codependency from a spiritual point of view. Each of the 48 lessons includes a prayer or meditation.
We are daily traversing a pathway - at some point becoming curious about our ultimate destination.
When we become thoughtful about the beginning and destiny of our lives, what comes to mind is that we must have unseen deeper roots.
This makes sense, as in nature plants and trees have unseen roots sunk in earth for support and nourishment.
Even inanimate objects such as icebergs and mountains have underlying stable bases supporting what is visible to our eyes.
We can follow our own star - the path that is right for us, by being true to our needs and feelings, and at the same time discovering that we have an individual richness worth exploring to create a productive life.
Make the most of the time and energy you have to do caring and productive acts - it breeds the happiness you seek!
“Father, may I see the pathway
Set out from eternity
That is uniquely mine on earth.
May Your guiding light of wisdom
Enlighten my way to fulfillment
Now and forever more.”
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