Meditations and Musings — Making time for yourself

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Making time for yourself in activities that contribute to your spiritual growth is not selfish. We rush through our days to get to the weekend. We sacrifice the things we enjoy doing when other “priorities” come up and perhaps we complete those tasks with resentment. Resentment builds up when we aren’t listening to our inner world. Putting oneself first in our culture is deemed selfish and yet if we

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Shelley Karpaty

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Writer of Meditation and Musings - a weekly newsletter navigating curiousness thru spiritual seeking as a human BEing

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