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Open Doors – Queenisms

Letting Go to Get MoreThere are moments when we’re so fearful about the missed opportunities and the endings in our lives that we feel alone, sad and frankly lost. When we lose jobs, loved ones, homes, pets or anything that served as an anchor in our lives, we naturally feel fear. In that moment of fear, if we can pause and breathe, we may be able to turn our heads to the left or to the right and see a

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different path, a new option or perhaps a door just slightly ajar. And if we have the courage to walk toward that new opportunity, we might be pleasantly surprised to find that while we can’t replace what we’ve lost, we are still capable of enjoying something different. We can find pleasure in new friendships, be stimulated by new jobs, allow friendships to deepen and grow in new ways and give ourselves permission to smile again.

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4 Responses to “Open Doors – Queenisms”

  1. D Holmstrom says:

    Fear is the Big One. It is at the heart of sadness, anger, jealousy, uncertainty, arrogance, ego, bullying, lies, power-grabbing….peel back enough layers of any of those emotions or reactions, and you will find Fear.

    If life is a school for our Spirit, then Fear offers us the greatest opportunity to learn and to grow.

  2. Rosslyn Picton says:

    Hi Cindy and Kathy,
    Thank You for this article. It is very timely for me. I am currently cleaning houses part time, which is not my dream job and in fact I become rather depressed at times at wanting more and not having the financial freedom to move forward. Recently though, I had a serendipitous email come to me and I now have a small role doing the voice of a ‘charwoman’ in a digital production of “A Christmas Carol”. I have a dream of doing voice over work for animation etc…and also of acting and comedy. This is my very first paid gig at 50 years old. I am SO excited!! Thanks for your inspiring website.

  3. joyuslion says:

    I love this one! xoxoxox

  4. cindy says:

    That’s fantastic Rosslyn. We wrote our first book at 54 and 55 years old. It’s never too late to pursue a dream! Congratulations on the paying gig. This is a very big deal.

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