present, in touch with our feelings, spirit and soul. We take ownership for our judg-ments, expressing them. Uttering this phrase, we admit our projections, "...I imagine." We aren't declaring the other individual is a certain way, we
simply state our perceptions, our response to them. We can be all wet, too, we realize.
Scarey, it can be. Discretion makes it not so frightful, especially when we applying healthy boundaries.
Scarey and unfulfilling, too.
It can become a brave new world, talking with sincerity and vulnerability. When we do, we let others know what is alive within us, while with them. Try it. You may find yourself bonding with him or her. If that does not
1. I get to sleep in tomorrow. I am wiped out by the intense week I had.
2. I will view a movie tomorrow. I have missed seeing two nights in a row. Third time is the charm.
3. Great conversation with a friend. I love it when I can talk in my native left-handed way.
4. Rain in the Bay Area. We need it desperately.
5. I love serving others and them appreciating what I do. One client told me today that he prays, thanking God for me. That's humbling. It motivates me to want to do my best, giving my all---within reason.
6. For simple tools, like the today's phrase. It would be great if schools taught this stuff. They don't.
How About You?
What are you doing to better connect with others?