As I have expressed

     Our yearning to grow more fully into ourselves

and express ourselves more honestly and lovingly towards one another . . .

Well, when we humbly ask for help as we try to move our choices intentionally and, yet, not exactly by force of our unaided, (read: false sense of self-sufficiency) self-will, in the approximate direction of those three (love, honesty, growth).

and . . . . . . . . . . . . . whoosh . . . . . . . even if ever so briefly . . . and its impact is felt . . .can be ‘seen’ in truth . . . in the teeny imprint it has on the very next choice we were about to make or the thought we were about to chase . . . it’s most near our awareness in that moment . . .   

when—then—somehow—we sense—something has shifted within us       

oh . . . to be sure . . . its subtle…ever so slight and, yet, something finally feels real

unexpectedly by the slimmest of margins . . . . . somehow . . . . feels better maybe?

and we have no idea what the f it is, 

. . . how to explain it . . .                                                   and what to do about it . . .

Might I suggest that we need to nothing more than let this lead us?

As one of the unforeseen collateral benefits of both those types of tryings . . . those attempts to set and reset those three intentions . . . gently, gradually and sincerely . . . Allow me to visually demonstrate . . . before your very eyes . . . right here . . . right now . . . what “truth” emerges:

Honestly loving will lead us to our fuller selves.

That’s not a commandment.

That’s our truth                    and our choice

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