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  • #411289
    Amy
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    Wondering if your dreams will be coming true?

    May these words bring you comfort and motivation:

    Dreams Do Come True – By AMY TEMPLE

    #411307
    anita
    Participant

    Dear Amy Temple:

    What a delight to read your poem under the beautiful image of a water fall, blue skies and a green field at a distance!

    Reading “It can happen to you“, makes me think: really..? it can happen to me, all my dreams coming true…?  This very thought brings to my face the first smile of the day (and it is already afternoon), thank you, Amy!

    I hope that more members reply. I hope that you add to your thread anytime, regardless of whether you receive more replies!

    anita

    #411310
    Amy
    Participant

    Thank you for your kind words, Anita☺️.  The picture is from a friend of mine.  It’s her website.  I contribute to it once a week.

    I will definitely be contributing more to Tiny Buddha.   It is a very good website ☺️👍.

     

     

    #411313
    anita
    Participant

    You are welcome and thank you Amy Temple for being here!

    anita

    #411318
    Amy
    Participant

    My pleasure ☺️

    #411478
    Amy
    Participant

    Your comfort zone is not a blessing.  It’s a curse.

    #411479
    anita
    Participant

    Dear Amy:

    Would you like to tell me about your comfort zone that’s a curse: there used to be comfort in it, but there is no more comfort there?

    anita

    #411480
    anita
    Participant

    – I am sorry, I misread, I thought you wrote “MY comfort zone is not a blessing…

    anita

    #411481
    anita
    Participant

    Dear Amy:

    My response to Amy Temple’s today’s inspirational post: “Your comfort zone is not a blessing. It’s a curse”: my comfort zone that is not a blessing and which could turn into a curse at any time is my AVOIDANCE of tasks of practical value that I am no longer in the habit of doing, particularly paper work,  paying bills, knowing how to pay bills online… anything and everything that has to do with money.

    anita

    #411482
    Amy
    Participant

    Yes I agree.  Learning how to handle money can be very confusing.

     

    #411483
    anita
    Participant

    Yes, Amy, confusing, plus paying bills requires some computer literacy, and I am quite illiterate when it comes to computers.

    anita

     

    #411518
    Amy
    Participant

    ☺️👍.  I hear you.  I’m not very tech savvy myself.

    #411519
    anita
    Participant

    Dear Amy:

    I don’t think that there are many people anywhere who are less tech savvy than me. I bet I can win a large scale competition over the title: The Least Tech Savvy Person in the World! For example, I don’t know how to make those emojis appear on the screen, the emojis you are able to place in your posts. How do you do that?

    * I ask, but I know that I have a difficulty understanding and following instructions, it’s an ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) and a learning disorder that limited me for as long as I remember myself.

    anita

    #411520
    Amy
    Participant

    I understand.  I have learning disabilities too. I don’t think my lack of technology skills has anything to do with it.  I think it’s the fact that I’m 45 and just don’t keep up with the latest in technology ☺️.

    #411522
    anita
    Participant

    Ooops, I tried to produce an emoji, couldn’t, except to copy your emoji and paste it into my post, but after submitting-  it went to moderation. I guess copying an emoji from another post and submitting it into mine is not the way to do it.

    anita

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