~ My musings on life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
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Details please! :-)
And thereby lose my International Woman of Mystery status? I don't think so!Just trust me: life is good when you listen to your inner voice, even if it's hard to do whatever it is you know you need to do. Sometimes you choose something that makes life so much more peaceful and enjoyable to live. You have but one life. Treasure it.
Oh my yes. Divorce from first husband, no matter what hell hath followed it. Right decision all the way.
Same as lostinutah!!There were some bad times, but now, boy oh boy!!
Good for you, SML! Sounds like you made the right decision. I know initially it wasn't an easy one, but good on you for making it!P.S. How's that painting coming along?
Yup. A few years ago I decided to start reading the Sister Mary Lisa blog. It was one of the best decisions I have ever made. She brightens my day every time I read one of her posts.
YOU SO MADE THE RIGHT DECISION! :-)- wry
I am trying so hard to listen to your advise about listening to the inner voice... right now I don't feel peace, only pain. I hope peace will follow when the dust settles.J
yes, I know what you mean . . . Starting my own business and becoming a writer were the result of conscious and very risky decisions.
The hard ones to make are often the most rewarding.
Right or wrong, decisions will continue to play themselves out over and over. I'm glad you listen to your inner voice; in my opinion, that's the best indicator of what you should do.
I wish all my decisions were that way. I started living my life that way years ago, and have found that the consequences of those decisions can sneak up and bite you when you least expect it. Who knows, maybe I'm just a skeptic
I'm figuring that out, now that I've learned to listen to my voice instead of listening for some magical, mystical voice to whisper to me.I'm glad it's going the right way for you, SML.
Leaving the mormon church was 100 times over the best thing I have ever done. And although I haven't lived long, it very well might be the wisest thing I'll ever do. Nothing has ever felt like such a relief, or so right, or so natural.
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