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New Beginning | Love Worthy

by Kathy Kinney

She wanted to reclaim the sense of adventure and wonder she’d had as a child.  So she decided her first thought upon waking in the morning would be, “Each day a new beginning.” She believed in the power of positive thought. – Queenisms ™

For many of us, childhood is the last time we felt that carefree feeling when we would run, skip, jump, play and laugh just because it felt good.

That’s the state we’re meant to live in…that joyous, happy, free state of childlike delight in the start of a new day.

We know that’s not easy. We are not children. We have responsibilities, challenges, struggles.  But, isn’t it worthwhile to approach each new day with a sense of excitement, joy and wonder rather than dread, fear and anxiety?  You never know.

What would you do today if nothing stopped you?  We’d love to know.

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5 Responses to “New Beginning | Love Worthy”

  1. Carol says:

    Get on a plane & fly to Hawaii, sit on the beach, & mentally throw my worries in to the ocean and watch the waves mentally carrying them further and further away.

  2. Carol F. N. says:

    Publish my poetry and book, and get paid for doing it, eat seafood for dinner, and spend time with women friends.

  3. cindy says:

    Poetry and pan seared Tuna with a group of bright, engaged women…we’re seeing your vision Queen Carol.

  4. Theresa says:

    My mother died recently and boy did I need to hear your message.
    I will be brave in every situation that brings up anxiety.

  5. cindy says:

    Our heartfelt sympathies, Queen Theresa, on the loss of your Mother. Be very, very kind to yourself during this time, in particular. Grief and loss are a tricky path and we find we require more gentleness than usual, toward ourselves, as we travel it.

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