Wednesday, February 03, 2021

Write a Letter to Someone in Your Past Who Made a Difference in Your Life

Yesterday, as I was participating in the Season for Nonviolence, the challenge for the day was to write a letter to someone in your past who has contributed to your well-being. I thought of my father.

I wrote:

"I am deeply grateful for your love, support, acceptance and gentle spirit. I believe that these qualities that you lived helped me become who I am. I miss you very much and wish I could have shared so many more memories with you. You really were an anchor for me and modeled what grace and unconditional acceptance means. Thank you!"
I encourage you to think of someone in your past who you are grateful for who contributed to your well-being.

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