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August 29, 2006


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Kim, once again you've written a fascinating post. It's one I will not soon forget.

Rebecca B.

This is really where I have been at this past year, learning to value the "where I'm at" and not the "where I want to be". The two are slowly becoming one. :)

Just wanted to tell you that one thing I like about your blog (and YOU) is that you are positive and encouraging, not in a syrupy way but as in a person who posesses inward joy. Thanks for that!

Donna Marie

ditto to Cheryl's post
ditto to Rebecca's post
once again....a BIG THANK YOU to you! ;o)
I have learned a bit more of a surrender in the little ordinary things of the day that COULD end up being mundane if I don't have that surrender before me....and I like the way that mind-set feels. I am placed here purposely so I think I better act it ;o) I think I better see if I can peruse this book at the library.....


This was a realy eye opener for me. I am always encouraging my kids to "just get it done!" I am going to think about this all day today.


You always write posts that make me think, pray and inspire me to try to incorporate some aspect of it into my own life. Thank you. {{hugs}} Dani


I’ve heard it said that the journey is the important part, not the goal.

Your essay really put some great flesh on the above quote. I, too, want to find my satisfaction in the moment.

Thanks for sharing this with us.


I needed to hear this message right now. Thank you!

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