How would you choose to heal from greater challenges?
When you are faced with a battle in what way would you heal from it all?
To get into still bitter challenges so that the wounds off your previous battle field don't look too serious needing healing!
Very interesting. It seems to me that healing from a self inflicted fall takes much work. Healing from doing battle occurs quite naturally as the battle concludes. We cannot really say that the battle is over until the wounds have healed.
We frequently see folks taking veneance upon another and saying "this is for what your father did to my father" and on and on. So the first order of business in healing is to let the battle be over.
Speaking for myself, I would say first to get over the shock! I have this reality going on that I am constantly finding new things that have something to do with my thinking, loving, acting, etc.... I question the motives of these finding as if they were actually out to get me. That is probably just a myth because in reasoning out my feelings, hurt or in awe, I finally realized that everybody has to make a way if given the chance to be all they can be, even if it hurts someone. The better part of this analysis is that finding a common ground where we both can see eye to eye is part of winning the battle. I can enjoy then, I can let go, I can expect the unexpected.
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