Blog Exodus


For the past two weeks thanks to Rabbi Phyllis Sommer, @imabima who dreamed up #BlogExodus, I have been tweeting my thoughts. So here are my mini #BlogExodus offerings.

#blogExodus Believe: There will come a time when you believe everything is finished. That will be the beginning.

#blogExodus Tell: When you tell one word of truth in a room where people unanimously maintain a conspiracy of silence it sounds like a pistol shot.

#blogExodus Enslave: You enslave yourself when you worry more about what other people think of you, rather than focusing on being who you really are.

#blogExodus Free: Decide what it is that you need to be free from, then say “no”, let go of the familiar and be willing to risk uncertainty.

#blogExodus Prepare: Some events in life are so unexpected that you cannot prepare for them. That’s when you need humility, hope and faith.

#blogExodus Clean: What do you need to clean out of your life to make it better?

#blogExodus  Bless: Blessed to be sharing #BlogExodus

#blogExodus Learn: What do we need to learn?

#blogExodus Ask: Ask yourself: do you want to live a bitter life, or a better life?

#blogExodus Leave: Sometimes the only thing more unthinkable than leaving is staying; the only thing more impossible than staying is leaving.

#blogExodus Count: If the way you count people as being ‘in’, is not socially inclusive & does not respect differences, then you can count me out!

#blogExodus Redeem: True redemption is seized when you accept the future consequences for your past mistakes.

#blogExodus Change: Nothing happens until the pain of remaining the same outweighs the pain of change. Then it becomes swift and unstoppable.

#blogExodus Be:
Your personal Exodus.
Leaving your own Egypt
escaping your own Pharaoh.
Crossing your own desert
to BE free to BE you.

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