Cherish the Lessons

September 26, 2017, Prescott-

All my life,

I have practiced honesty,

as my place on the spectrum,

has never let me

sweep anything under the carpet.

So, I  have let things out

about what I’ve done,

and taken my lumps

or, as has been the case lately,

taken the lessons

behind the admonitions.

If we view correction

as savaging,

then debilitation results.

If it is seen as pushing

one upwards,

then strength happens.

So, today’s meeting,

with lovingly issued

advisement,

accompanied by solid

background information,

was a textbook example,

of how any issue

can be resolved.

It all comes down to will,

or the lack thereof.

4 thoughts on “Cherish the Lessons

  1. Honesty is a quality that has been devalued of late. It is sometimes a difficult thing to achieve – especially with evaluation of self. So glad you had a growth opportunity instead of being stunted, which I think is all in a cultivated personal perspective…

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