Tag Archives: fear of failure

The freedom of self forgetfulness …

I’m not sure how to do this, obviously, I just started with a personal pronoun. Recently (last night) I shared at a ladies event at our church. It was something I’d been asked to do – it was something I’d … Continue reading

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Imposter alert …

It’s been a while, hey? Sunday afternoon is kind of my writing time unless some other burning thought must be expressed sooner. The past three weeks I’ve had an assessment task due each Sunday … none this week. Now that’s … Continue reading

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Unfinished …

Look in the drawer of my desk and two things will happen; You’ll have to explain to me how you got into our home and why you’re looking in my desk drawer. Having done this adequately, you’ll be free to … Continue reading

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Anxious people hide

We didn’t get to church this morning because I was so paralysed by the things I felt I had to do, but didn’t think I would be able to do well enough. So, I did nothing, we stayed home. It is/was … Continue reading

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Stage Fright…the fear of success

Last week I wrote a bit about how we can be quick to judge…and often very happy to, without considering the fallout for those we are judging. Quite a few of you, who have no doubt experienced this, were incredibly … Continue reading

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