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This morning I was thinking about all of the opportunities we have to make choices.  Some of the choices we have may be easy, such as a simple selection of white or wheat, apple juice or orange juice, biking or hiking?  But other choices life brings us are often harder.  Yesterday I wrote about our friendships and sometimes with those friendships we have to choose when to savor and when to release.  As I have been focusing on relationships and the friendships of my lifetime, there have been times that I think I may have let go of a friendship too soon and on the other hand held on to one that I should have released. Sometimes these choices can be a catalyst to change in our lives.  In one of my session one classes I talk about what do you hold on to and what seems to hold on to you.  That is a great question to think about, are there some decisions you need to make about releasing yourself from a situation or releasing someone who needs to move on?  I have been very blessed to have so many close friends to at this time in my life.  I call them high caliber friends as they tend to bring out the best in me.  I can be myself and they support me and lift me up.  BUT…I wouldn’t have these great friends if I would have held on to other relationships that didn’t serve me. 

Today in your writing I want you to dive deep into your subconscious and think about the choices you have made regarding the friendships of  your lifetime.  When did you make a choice to change a friendship?  Have there been times when the choice was made for you by circumstances in your life?   Examine your friendships and see how you can be the best possible friend.  Friends are like colors, some of my friends are a beautiful blue, some are a hot pink and others may be a calming beige.  All my friends serve different purposes in my life and all are an essential part of what makes me uniquely me.  Spend some time today checking out your friends and make the choice to be who you need to be and make sure your friends are worthy of YOU!

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