Thomas Wolfe wrote: “Which of us is not forever a stranger and alone?”
A poignant quote which, for me, is that stranger within us all – that part of us who forgets our core, who we truly are, as we busily move through our days. There is a void or emptiness when we are not deeply connected to ourselves. When we identify with our ego, we always want more. There is never enough. We are never enough. The love that people give to us is never enough. We feel essentially alone.
I am never truly alone. I am safe and supported by the Divine. I trust the process of my life. I ask for guidance and listen to my inner, wise voice who is with me, always.
© 2009 Jeannie Campanelli, Inner Confidence Coaching. All Rights Reserved.
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