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Lindsey Sue
Houston, Texas
We Are Givers Of Light
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When everything seems loud and I am still, my growth is tested (and strengthened). Continue reading
Posted Sep 28, 2020 at Becoming Butterflies
You’re so in it. One way you could feel is overwhelmed or disheartened or in any way small amidst whatever you’re in. And though, a reminder: you’re in it. So in it in fact that you might not see what you could see if you took yourself out of it... Continue reading
Posted Jul 30, 2020 at Becoming Butterflies
Whew. There’s lots of opinions out there, and “right” and “wrong” are blurry and sometimes identical. And though, you know what to do. When overwhelm creeps in, I invite you to stop and think. I invite myself to stop and think. We know what to do right now. We know... Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2020 at Becoming Butterflies
We cease our resistance and let what is, be, so that we can get up and use our energy elsewhere. Peace and goodness can come rushing in when fear and worry aren’t filling me. Continue reading
Posted May 4, 2020 at Becoming Butterflies
Our adaptive nature as humans gifts us with endurance. We can invite in adaptation regularly and repeatedly in order to be what works right now and in order to keep going when the race feels long. Continue reading
Posted Apr 16, 2020 at Becoming Butterflies
These are the days, the only days, that will be just like this. Let that be what it needs to be for you: a comfort, a call to action, a cause for savoring, permission to be at rest ... Continue reading
Posted Feb 28, 2020 at Becoming Butterflies
Sometimes we fall into habits without realizing. We may find ourselves doing something (potentially repeatedly) or being something that either isn’t in line with who we are or how we experience ourselves or wasn’t something we consciously chose. What we can work on is making a habit of choosing (something... Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2020 at Becoming Butterflies
Teaching the weight we carry daily to walk on its own will set us free. It’ll take constant practice and conjured bravery, and The Weight might ask for your hand occasionally, and we’ll likely have to acknowledge The Weight (and its existence) numerous times. And all of that is The... Continue reading
Posted Feb 8, 2020 at Becoming Butterflies
You are doing a good job by doing the best you can. Keep going. Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2020 at Becoming Butterflies
Sometimes we take the easy way out by identifying other people’s work for them. The process has two steps: first we notice and then we delegate. This is the Two-Step Way Out. We say, “I’ve noticed this but they will handle it.” “It’ll be too forward if I do this... Continue reading
Posted Dec 9, 2019 at Becoming Butterflies
Maybe we aren't meant to do it justice, whatever 'it' is. Maybe we're meant to try. Maybe we're meant to do something right now, without the pressure of living up to anything about the past or the pressure of living up to any idea about the future. There may have... Continue reading
Posted Nov 13, 2019 at Becoming Butterflies
Being worried that I'll be bad at something is not a reason not to try. Being bad is ... Feedback An opportunity A starting place An experience An opinion ... not so bad after all. Go ahead and be bad. Odds are, we'll all learn something from trying. Continue reading
Posted Sep 17, 2019 at Becoming Butterflies
Telling myself the truth about myself gives me a starting place to remember what I am capable of. Continue reading
Posted Aug 1, 2019 at Becoming Butterflies
To harmonize is to add in diversity to enhance beauty. Continue reading
Posted Jun 30, 2019 at Becoming Butterflies
To be satisfied is not a synonym for stopping. Satisfaction and contentment can be your ever-present foundation, amidst continued action. To be content is to be in a state of peaceful happiness. What a state that is to love from, to create from, to be from - always. Despite the... Continue reading
Posted Jun 30, 2019 at Becoming Butterflies
If your failure feels final, feel again. The result of trying is success. We try and we succeed at our intent, or we try and we succeed at learning from our trial. Your successes that are hidden in your failures create opportunities to try again in a new way. Continue reading
Posted Jun 30, 2019 at Becoming Butterflies
ebb : to recede from the flood Taking two steps back (or ten) will transform your view. Continue reading
Posted Jun 10, 2019 at Becoming Butterflies
Lately, I have found myself amidst commitments - a lot of them. I was committing to: Things that have worked for me in the past, Things that give me the privilege of being able to say that I've done them, Things that I used to like, Things that other people... Continue reading
Posted Feb 21, 2019 at Becoming Butterflies
I sat through three sermons this week that were all centered around the concept of being stalled out, whether that be being too fearful, too empty, or too insignificant to start. Most of us want to be very something: very smart, very kind, very funny, very courageous, very inclusive. And,... Continue reading
Posted Jan 22, 2019 at Becoming Butterflies
When you're ready and your circumstances are not, you have an opportunity. One way to approach patience could be to wait on standby or accept the 'fate' of a timeline . And another way could be to be in the action of patience. Patience, like the British card game, could... Continue reading
Posted Jan 8, 2019 at Becoming Butterflies
Being up to what you're up to and being committed to what you're committed to requires both courage and faith. Courage is the ability to take action amidst fear. Faith is acting on behalf of a belief. Action is a double-requisite. Continue reading
Posted Jan 7, 2019 at Becoming Butterflies
Please always leave space for compassion. If you find yourself now (or someday) too busy to express love and kindness, I challenge you to stop and find a new way. Forgive yourself in your pause, and use your creative mind to come up with a new way. A way that... Continue reading
Posted Jan 3, 2019 at Becoming Butterflies
If what you're up to requires no sacrifice, no risk, and no uncertainty you might have nothing to lose. And if you've got nothing to lose, you might have nothing to win. You are up to Big Things. And those things won't always be certain, they're going to require risks,... Continue reading
Posted Jan 2, 2019 at Becoming Butterflies
Identify your values and be established in them. Know them well. Then stand firmly in your roots, as they determine your fruits. How are your current choices (fruits) reflecting your values (roots) currently? And how are they not? How could your values (roots) be impacting your choices (fruits) from now... Continue reading
Posted Dec 19, 2018 at Becoming Butterflies
Sometimes I lose sight of an important goal, a helpful habit, or a productive initiative. Instead of justifying or analyzing my lapse in vision, I can reinstate commitment and kindness and own that the horse didn't go anywhere, I just fell off. I choose to get back on my horse... Continue reading
Posted Dec 17, 2018 at Becoming Butterflies