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This is lesson 19 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.
It is our unique gift to the world to use our creative talents to the fullest. Energy flows through each of us and we have choices about how to use it.
We can decide how we wish to express without having to have anotherís approval or interest.
In addition to expressing through creative activities such as poetry and writing, art, song, dance and sports, creative energy can be used in service within the community, giving us the feeling of being interconnected within the larger whole.
Loving feelings can be expressed in relationships, and also esoterically by feeling appreciation for surrounding beauty, and for the Creator of the beauteous harmony.
Let's not forget why we're here on planet earth - to make the best possible use of our time.
"Dear Lord, may I remember
When feeling the urge to express creatively
To just do it
By making time in my day
Between chores and work
And by acting
Energetically, enthusiastically, lovingly."
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