When I consider the impetus of my fears ~ a combination of the unknown, perspective and imagination, all as they relate to some reality ~ I'm able to trust that most are either unfounded worry or opportunity for personal and/or spiritual transformation.
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(playing off my last 1ss) Even the cashier, who says she had seen it all working at Wal-Mart, said that the person that caught her attention, who happened to look like she was well into her 70’s, had gone over the top with fish net panty hose, a short short ruffled skirt, spiked heels, a sheer blouse, no coat, and wild hair, in the dead of winter.
Love this idea Robin!! I too think the ‘unknown’ is God’s way of transforming us
That’s the part I hate about growth: it’s accompanied by fear!