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The Poisoned Tree, by Jack Kornfield

FaceBook  On May 1, 2019 liz wrote:
ah yes, listen
 

The Poisoned Tree, by Jack Kornfield

FaceBook  On May 1, 2019 liz wrote:
It seems natural to want to push away painful feelings but I do believe that healing is in the embrace of all, the light and the shadow and in this way we can transform our wounds through connection vs isolation; compassion vs self reproach; from fear to love... yes learn and grow face into rather than turn our back on suffering... great reminders David and Judith
 

The Poisoned Tree, by Jack Kornfield

FaceBook  On May 1, 2019 liz wrote:
A lesson in which I strive to learn,acceptance of this universal truth...gracefully... open heart and curious mind...
 

The Poisoned Tree, by Jack Kornfield

FaceBook  On May 1, 2019 liz wrote:
so true...I can relate...
 

The Poisoned Tree, by Jack Kornfield

FaceBook  On May 1, 2019 liz wrote:
What a blessing to see how you transformed difficulty into helping others...
 

The Poisoned Tree, by Jack Kornfield

FaceBook  On May 1, 2019 liz wrote:
What a powerful story that reflects this difficult but valuable truth... Thank you!
 

Make Your Life Into a Giving, by Jaggi Vasudeva

FaceBook  On Dec 30, 2011 liz wessel wrote:

I truly enjoyed reading your reflection which has inspired me to live in this way of giving. I've written a reflection in response to your essay called, "How to Stay Glad" it is posted on the Journal of Sacred Work. If interested in reading go to: www.journalofsacredwork.typepad.com

Happy giving!

~liz

 

Giving Somebody Your Heart, by Anonymous

FaceBook  On Oct 12, 2011 ~liz wrote:

 It can be vulnerable to share from your heart, thanks for having the courage to speak from the depth of  despair. I am glad you are feeling better, grief comes in waves. May blessings return to you....abundantly.

 

Giving Somebody Your Heart, by Anonymous

FaceBook  On Oct 8, 2011 ~liz wrote:

 very encouraging and a simple truth worth living. Thank you!

 

Before You Know What Kindness Really Is, by Naomi Shihab Nye

FaceBook  On Apr 23, 2011 ~liz Sorensen Wessel wrote:

Nye's poem moved me deeply, yes...but to read such thoughtful, intellegent, heartfelt comments from readers enriched my experience and understanding immensely. A lovely gift of kindness. Thank you.