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