The Rock That I’m Under

Apr 13

The Rock I'm Under

When I make a mistake,
I can beat myself up,
I’m upset with myself,
And I feel like a schmuck.
 
But what if I changed that,
And reframed each blunder,
Then I could come out from,
The rock that I’m under.
 
Now…
 
When I make a mistake,
I don’t dwell on my error,
I simply reframe it,
And end my self-terror.
 
I see lessons in life,
Making good out of bad,
Rewriting my story,
Releasing the sad.
 
My history helps shape me,
There are things that I knew,
Weren’t the best to remember,
And it’s those I review.
 
But memories aren’t perfect,
There are things I left out,
So I re-write what’s missing,
‘Till I have no more doubt.
 
No more doubt that I’m worthy,
No more doubt that I’m clear,
No more doubt of my future,
No more doubt why I’m here.
 
So I’ll retrain my brain,
To enjoy what I’m given,
And come out from that rock,
And really start livin’!

 

What part of your past needs a little review? What rock are you living under because of your past? How can you reframe what has happened to see the blessings instead of the pain? Your Happiness Journey is one you get to design. And sometimes, that means redesigning or reframing the past.

 

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