I choose to see that as a gift.
Being present is a gift to ourselves and to those around us. What is happening in the moment asks for attention and can be ignored or celebrated. Everything we choose to do, think, and feel influences our lives and determines who we are and who we will become.
but we really need to recognize them for our own good.
It’s not like they were a big secret anyway....
Our flaws are
probably best known
by those closest to us.
It is never too late to influence our own lives. We can participate in making life better for ourselves by what we give to and take from others. It begins with family. I personally believe participation with family is priceless. I would live in a family compound if it were my decision rather than a group’s decision. Hyannis Port was a famous example. The Kennedy clan certainly projected family togetherness, and history witnessed the assets and the costs that it set in motion.
Jean Loxley-Barnard has been a writer all her life and studied both sociology and psychology at George Washington University where she earned a B.A. Her company, The Shopper, Inc., encompasses all the Loxley-Barnard family publications - The Shopper Magazines and Doctor to Doctor Magazine. She has been in the advertising, consulting and publishing business for 39 years.
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