my laptop told me to be good to myself

I can’t keep up with my own thoughts, let alone read through all the apps, emails, and subscriptions I have that tend to accumulate over days. My approach has been simple: if I catch something popping up in real time, I’m happy to enjoy it, and pass it along in a non-intrusive way. By non-intrusive I mean I’m not gonna spam anybody. You came here, after all.

So this sweet little Facebook app, Message from God, usually has a nice gem. I didn’t join it because of all the info sharing, but I do catch it when it pops up in the news feed, so I thought I’d pass along today’s wisdom to you, gentle reader, cuz you know, I want you to be gentle with yourself.

On this day, God wants you to know
… that it’s important to be gentle with yourself. Treat yourself as you would treat your dearest friend. Be kind to yourself. Be supportive.
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4 thoughts on “my laptop told me to be good to myself

  1. Maria, Try a sauvignon blanc from Marlborough New Zealand, or any of australian varieties,They are a little lighter to drink and at any time with or without food.Enjoy Happy easter

  2. Nice, thank you for this great message, too bad I did not see it earlier in the day, I was not gentle while working the yard, however I will be starting NOW. A glass of Red Wine should be the kind thing to do for myself.

    Happy Easter to all !!

    1. Well, I am being quite gentle with myself, too. A glass of Fat Bastard Chardonnay. Still on the look out for my favorite white wine. I have to admit, I keep going back to the Martin Codax. I have an unopened bottle in the fridge and it is calling me…calling me….

  3. What a most blessed message. I will try and remember to do it. Thank you for sharing. May you be filled with joy as we celebrate the Lord’s Resurrection!

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