Monday, April 6, 2009

Step Three

For the past few weeks I have been joyfully awakening to
new growth ... we planted Dichondra seed
between the stepping stones.
All this sowing of good seeds
and stepping stones
got me thinking about self-dissatisfaction ...
how I tend to judge myself and my imperfections,
for I only see what I want to become...
and am blind to any good growth I have accomplished.

Step Three: Accept myself exactly as I am
at this moment in the
History of
the Kingdom of God.
God does!

8 comments:

http://afancifultwist.typepad.com said...

Oh swoooooon!! I want some green between my stepping stones tooooooo ;)

I was just thinking that today. I don't need to be the world's worst meanie to myself, no no no!!!

You are a doll, embrace yourself big time!! xoxo

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hello Deborah!

It's so nice to meet you. Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog. Poetry comes in varied forms doesn't it? Something for everyone.
My sister-in-law and brother-in-law live in Gilbert, AZ! I know it's beautful out there this time of the year. We are still a little cold in NYC. It's only in the 4o's today.

Lost Aussie said...

Thanks for such a Sweet award. I've tagged you over on my Blog!
xoox

ellen b. said...

Hi Deborah,
I love the green amongst the stone. Beautiful...
Thanks for your visit and comment on my blog! :0)

Becky said...

It is nice to meet you. And yes, I got my wiggle back however I must work to keep it firm. lol.
I have a son in the Army too.
He is in Hawaii. Where is your Ryan stationed
I enjoyed your post and it's wisdom. I will visit you again and hope that you will visit me as well.
Isn't Cori a dear?
Hugs
Becky

javajune said...

I love that! It looks like the perfect place to tip toe barefoot on a warm summer day. Soon very soon. Love your post. I struggle with acceptance and my accomplishments every day. Today is one of those days- your post was perfect. Thanks
jj

Kjohnson said...

Love this post! I also just got my song yesterday and I loved that too! I laughed for about 27 minutes. Hope you have a lovely day!

Renee said...

Very touching and very true.

xoxo