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“Each of us has…

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“Each of us has a unique part to play in the healing of the world.”
Marianne Williamson

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“A person’s world…

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“A person’s world is only as big as their heart.”
Tanya A Moore

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Thursday, what makes my world go round…

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Today I was doing some cleaning.  Way past due!  Not the deep down and “Martha Stewart” kinda cleaning just the dust, sweep, vacuum stuff.  While I was rearranging the dust and cat hair I once again became aware of how much I have.

I am one person with two bedrooms–and rarely an overnight guest.  A bath and a half–and I can only use one at a time.  I have two sets of dishes, many many glasses and mugs, lots of pots and pans…and I don’t entertain or cook much.  My cabinets, closets, and bookcases are full–and there is lots in them I never use or even think about.

Occasionally, I will go on a tear and get rid of lots of stuff–extra stuff–toss–I’m not sacrificing anything–I always still have plenty of stuff left.

Anyway, while I was doing my cleaning thing I realized that though I don’t like the cleaning of all this accumulated stuff I do like having it.  It pleases me to have it.  It makes me comfortable and happy.  More importantly, I know that if it was all gone tomorrow I might not be pleased or comfortable or even happy but I would be ok.  I would still be ditzy me and I would still have the really important stuff–lilheartgiven to me and the lilheart I have to give.

Today, I am thankful that have my stuff and that I know it is not what makes my world go round.

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