30 Perfect Days Log Post 15 — Owning Up to Mistakes

From Day 15 of 30 Perfect Days, Finding Abundance in Ordinary Life:  Twenty years ago, I forgot I was human. But I WAS human, a frail and conflicted young woman who felt she had to prove herself and didn’t deserve happiness. In my unhappiness, I was always trying to be perfect, and I wasn’t willing to admit my mistakes. I had to grow into a person who could allow happiness and acceptance to infiltrate my life. As we get older, the number of mistakes we’ve made increases while the frequency of our mistakes diminishes, which makes it easier to accept imperfection. When we own up to our mistakes, we live in the present and are accepting of our human frailties. We get closer to the truth—that we aren’t meant to be perfect and we are meant to be happy.  (Get the book for half price on Amazon today–http://www.amazon.com/30-Perfect-Days-Abundance-Ordinary/dp/0692277501/.)

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