|~ YOU DON'T SCARE ME! ~|
Since the beginning of the New Year, I've been faced with some pretty big "gorilla's." Now, I must admit, I haven't stood tall against some of them. I've withered in sadness; not wanting, nor able to face up to the pain and confusion. Yet, human nature kicks in and, at this very moment we are given a choice -- face up or run the other way.
How do we react when the "big, hairy, huffing and puffing" challenges face us?
How will the Simply Sacred strength rise up in each of us?
Will we be able to stare each challenge down? Somehow find the challenge interesting -- one which we can observe with new, brave eyes?
Simple Sacred Steps:
- Use your "eyes" of perspective. Is the challenge really as big as it looks?
- Use your heart. What is it telling you? To stand still and just listen. It will tell you what you need to do!
- Finally, just STAND and KNOW YOU ARE STRONG enough to face your "gorilla's!"
How do you stare down your "gorilla's?"
(There's many variations on this recipe. This one looks pretty healthy and yummy, too!)
½ c. honey
½ c. oil
1 egg, beaten
¼ c. milk
2/8 c. powdered milk
1 tsp. vanilla
¼ tsp. salt
¾ c. whole wheat flour
1½ c. rolled oats
¾ c. sesame seeds
½ c. coconut
½ c. raisins
1 c. chocolate chips or butterscotch
Measure honey and oil into bowl. Add ingredients in second group and mix well. Add dry ingredients in order. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto oiled sheets. Bake at 350 for 10 min.
Simply put, Jeanne