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Dorothy Mays Clark - Actor/ Singer/ Director/ Playwright
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From My Heart, Mind and Soul....

February 2012

That awkward moment

Don't you hate those awkward moments when you first meet someone and you're not sure of where it's going? I like them. Do they like me? Did I make an impression? Am I really putting myself out there again? And then they call or text and you breathe a sigh of relief. But then you wonder how many moments you will have like this before you find a certain level of comfort. Comfort.... I'm waiting on you!

Always remember, God has you just where He needs you to be!

As  looked at the clock I was a little perturbed that I wasn't going to be able to make it to the gym today. I try to go during my lunch hour, but with only one other worker in the office today it pushed my lunch back and about the time that I would be able to go it would be a busy time at the gym. Since I'm working my way back into the workout routine I have vowed not to go during those busy times. I'm not trying to discourage myself by seeing so many people and having to wait on machines, etc.

Stress 2-27-12

I caught myself doing it again. For some reason I carry my stress in my shoulders. And when I'm tense, my shoulders are raised and I don't really notice until hours later and I'm trying to massage knots out of my shoulders and neck. Why do I do it? I'm not too sure. I guess the triumph now is that I've acknowledged the problem. The next step will be to analyze the source. Stay tuned.... 

I Am a Valuable Tool in Someone's Healing (Borrowed)

I Am a Valuable Tool in Someone's Healing (Borrowed)
No man is free until all men are free.  No woman is healed until all women are healed.  These are more than profound statements worthy of thought.  They are the clues to the moral responsibility we all have for one another.  Many of us hold on to our pain, afraid to reveal it.  Ashamed to admit it.  Others hold on to healing information because we believe it is ours to own.  We owe it to ourselves and everyone else to see that all people live painless and free.  It is our duty to share what we know if it has helped us to move beyond some darkness in life.  We can talk it out or write it out, but we must get it out to those in need.  We can support someone and encourage someone else to take healing steps or paths or ways.  We should think about where we would be if there were no books or people to guide us when we need it.  Then, weigh an open heart and extended hand, we can pull someone else along.