Don’t be A “Servant”…

Don’t be a servant to your past pains and hurts.
Don’t let them anchor you down to one spot and stop you from moving forward.

Don’t let them Stop you from living life.

Don’t be a servant to your worries and fears – fly free and high.
Don’t be a servant to what people think of you – so what!

Don’t be a servant to the past.
Don’t be paralysed by what has gone and what might be.

Just go out and “Live” and sing your song free and bold.


This is my contribution to Just Jot it January for today. Join us at LindaGHill’s


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Images: pexel and Linda’s blog.


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20 thoughts on “Don’t be A “Servant”…

  1. Hey, loved the story. If you don’t mind, could you tell me how you added the link to Linda’s page in yoir blog? I’m trying to join the JusJoJan, and I’d really like to know 🙂

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    1. Just copy paste the url and paste it into your blog post. You can take it from Linda’s post. Or my post that will be the easiest way
      . The other nicer ways requires a bit of a diagram. I can do a post on that later


  2. I think what can happen sometimes is that we identify ourselves so strongly with these negative beliefs that we feel compelled to remain “true” to what we wrongly believe ourselves to be.

    The first step is questioning those negative beliefs, challenging yourself as to why you believe this and what actual evidence you have of it. No doubt, much easier said than done. But it’s harder to serve something we know is incorrect.

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    1. Wise wise wise words. Yeah we some how make false true. And challenging our false thinking breaks that pattern and we can then see clearly.

      This was my attempt at soc writing to a prompt “servant” by Linda Hill. I am trying to write a bit more. And join in a few prompts from time to time, if I can fit them into my random blog niche.

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