Posts Tagged ‘ fear ’

No unknowns

29th November 2011 | 0 Comments
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I had a moment last week when I acknowledged my fear of the unknown to another. Even as I said it, I felt ridiculous without exactly understanding why. Later on that day, I realized that I was projecting into the future – which is really where the unknown is. Along with that realization was my […]

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Faith, as your compass

21st November 2011 | 0 Comments
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Here is today’s “Kinyofu’s Thought of The Day“: Faith will ease your mind when you can’t see, help you see with internal clarity and get you through any rough patch. Let faith be your compass. This quote is actually a lesson derived from a dream I had last night. In the dream, I saw an […]

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Keep polishing

24th August 2011 | 0 Comments
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The creation of diamonds is a very fascinating process. They originate from deep within the earth and are made from a combination of crushed carbon and extremely high temperatures. They rise to the surface via molten volcanic rock. I find this analogous to our growth and development during difficult times. If you can remember learning […]

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Self honesty

21st June 2011 | 0 Comments
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In the moment you know what you know, and you know what you feel. Name it for yourself and then let the person you are communicating with know how you are feeling. Do not be concerned about what they are going to think about you. That is never the solution, but always a hindrance. In […]

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Test yourself

31st March 2011 | 11 Comments
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Imagine a young child testing his/her parent by toddling to that place over there that is off limits. They would look back to see if their parent is looking and take a tentative step away. If the parent does not say anything, the child ventures onward. The parent acts as protector while the child tests […]

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If It’s To Be, It’s Up To Me

16th March 2011 | 3 Comments
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Here is todays “Kinyofu’s Thought of The Day“: Staying focused on your goal may require you to take charge of a situation that involves others. That means establishing clear concise communication with confidence. Chances are you won’t be overstepping, as you fear, but be providing much needed assistance. If it’s to be, it’s up to […]

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