Dorothy Mays Clark - Actor/ Singer/ Director/ Playwright
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October 2011

"The Spirit is willing but the flesh is weak...."

"The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak" just took on a new meaning with me. For the last few weeks, I have not been at my 100% best. And everything that I've wanted to do or needed to do, I have not had the energy to do. And, for me, that has been frustrating. But, I had to take a moment and think about what kind of lesson I could be learning in this and that's when this phrase popped in my head.

Now, I know that this phrase comes from the Bible when Jesus was speaking to his disciples in the Garden about keeping watch while he prayed.

No Regrets?

In just one moment he made me have regrets. I always said that I would not live a life of regrets. Whatever would happen, whatever came my way, I would not live a life of regret. But, just like that, in one conversation, he made me look back at the mistakes I made and how in one moment I could have changed my future, which is now my present. Wow! 

Have you ever looked back at some of your mistakes and wondered "what if?" I've done that. And, somehow, that seems different than looking back and having regrets.

Getting my audience....

As I'm further preparing to finish my book, I was advised that I need to begin to build my audience....... Hmmmmmm....... Okay, my book will be for women. It will be for women who may be in a struggle. It will be for women who are usually strong, but learn to be weak. It will be for you!!!

Please contact me at dmc@dorothymaysclark.com to share your thoughts and concerns.