SOUL SUPPORT: Being with a block

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Here’s a block that’s in your way.  What to do? What to say?

Love or hate, ignore or play, with this block that’s in your way.

It’s your choice how to relate.  Some ways are good, some not so great.

Here are 2 for you to see, so you can choose how you could be.


Is it wrong?  Or just your view?  Is your hating it hurting you?


Use it as a step to lead…to what it is you truly need.

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  1. Tony Carlotto says:

    Once again, Deb is BRILLIANT! She keeps coming up with so many “neat” supports. I hope others enjoy these as much as I.

  2. Carol McGlinchey says:

    Thanks, Deb, for your artful wisdom.

  3. wendy says:

    Deb, much appreciation; as always you come up with such great ways to rethink situations and put a positive spin on things that get in our way.

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