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Some Days Your're The Pigeon. Other Days You're The Statue

Hope for the Caregiver / Peter Rosenberger
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November 20, 2021 3:00 am

Some Days Your're The Pigeon. Other Days You're The Statue

Hope for the Caregiver / Peter Rosenberger

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November 20, 2021 3:00 am

It's often repeated, "We demand justice for others but mercy for ourselves." Despite all our technological advances, the human condition remains fraught with one-sided grievances. In my journey, I notice that the shortcomings of others appear in 20/20 focus, while I ashamedly apply a much softer filter to my own. Blaming others for disappointments is easy – and even justifiable. Yet, I learned bitterness does nothing to improve my contentment and wellbeing. Although it seems counterintuitive, a friend shared an effective way to live peacefully is by concentrating on "cleaning my side of the street." A tremendous mental shift occurred for me when I took a hard look at my offenses rather than focusing on others. I painfully discovered that while I was the statue some days – other days, I regretfully was the pigeon. Although disappointment remains a constant in this world, grace is optional. We become gracious when extending to others the same grace we desire for ourselves.

“Man is born broken. He lives by mending. The grace of God is glue.” - Eugene O'Neill

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This Peter Rosenberger this is your caregiver minute is often repeated.

We demand justice for others but mercy for ourselves, despite all our technological advances. You know what the human condition remains fraught with one-sided grievances in my journey. I notice that the shortcomings of others appear in 2020.

Focus while I shame with the apply a much softer filter my own blaming others for disappointments is easy and even justifiable at times. Yet I learned bitterness does nothing to improve my contentment and will be although it seems counterintuitive. A friend shared an effective way to live peacefully is my concentrated on cleaning my side of the street. A tremendous mental shift occurred to me when I took a hard look at my offenses rather than focusing on others. I painfully discovered that while I was the statue. Some days, other days I regretfully was the pigeon will let you figure that one out. Although disappointment remains constant in this world. Grace is optional. We become gracious when extending to others the same grace we desire for ourselves and the playwright Eugene O'Neill once said man is born broken lives by minting the grace of God is glued.

This is been your caregiver minute with Peter Rosenberger brought to you by standing with hope.

A ministry for the wounded and those who care for them. There's more information@standingwithhope.com

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