AMENDS: Day 30: February 28
Making Amends is a Practice in Humility. To approach another from a place of vulnerability and care, to hold ourselves in love as we do them, is a big task. To see the divinity in us both and be willing to make any reparations necessary to re-balance the situation, is a task of our human Spirit. This action is one of the hardest to master as we will find it easy to judge ourselves for our trespass and then lose our connection to our loving. We must stay in love with ourselves as we admit a momentary loss of our awareness of our divinity in any action that we took that hurt, harmed or diminished another in any way. From Love, we could never work against each other I know that is true of me and you. Let us say in prayer together that we are sorry for any trespass to another, and ask that we may be given an opportunity to resolve it with the healing that is called for from us. All my love to you ~ Katherine❤️
Today’s Practice: “Make Amends. Apologize to someone you may have hurt and make it meaningful by restoring anything that you can heal, fix or return to wholeness.”❤️
A Season for Nonviolence: 64 DAYS AND 64 WAYS TO PRACTICE NONVIOLENCE (AHIMSA)
Days 22-48 Focus on interpersonal change. In order to create a peaceful world, we must learn to practice nonviolence with one another in our day-to-day interactions.
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