You’re waiting until Lent.
You’re waiting until summer.
You’re waiting until they’re grown.
They’re missing out. They are at the point where each could fill in the black with a number of negatives relating, “My mom is always ___________.” You know what they’d say. You would be disappointed, but not surprised. They are your witnesses.
You know yourself. You know yourself at least well enough to discern what you’re not doing well, and if any of it falls into the categories of your body, your soul or your life well-lived, then you can go curl up in that shell of yourself that you’re becoming or…
Mount up! Learn to walk again, and then to run! Take up your mat! Your sins are forgiven!
He (or she: YOU) went walking, and leaping and praising God! (Acts 3:8)
If you gave any power to the scripture above it would move you straight out of your own excuses, dare I say, your paralysis.
Your life would become a pipeline of possibilities. I get to see this small miracle every day, women once paralyzed by their thoughts, their crippling actions to the chains of habits now becoming free.
There are methods to get you onto the physical freedom you desperately need, and living the spiritual capacity you’re made for.
Why would you ever prolong the paralysis when it’s optional? Let’s move you to the next levels.
Meet me in your own free hour chat on where you’re at! It’s no loss to you to gain the best, healthy and actually Catholic perspective on moving ahead in grace and grit.
In firmness and in truth,
Coach Rebecca Dussault
2006 Winter Olympian
2010 World Champion
15 x National Champion
Coach, Mentor, Mother of 6
@fitcatholicmom (IG or FB)