For the last 60 days, I’ve been watching my words. They've told me a lot about the condition of my heart.
During May’s The PURSE-onality Challenge (and now June’s TPC “lite”), I’ve blogged almost daily about my journey of “replacing ‘baditude’ with God’s word and gratitude.” Using my Complaint-Free bracelet, I’ve been intentional about curbing complaining, criticism, gossip, and even sarcasm.
My goal has been to become aware of my “baditude” habits so I can surrender them to God and replace them with scripture and praise.
A Change of Heart
During the last few weeks, despite typical end-of-the-school-year chaos, I’ve been experiencing the oddest sensation.
At first, I was worried that I was “checking out” or “numbing” (both residual “skills” from my eating disorder days.)
But no, each time, I was fully present.
I’m finding a few words that seem to fit:
Calm. Open. Spacious.
To read this blog post in full, head over to The M.O.M. Initiative!