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  1. Thanks for your encouragement in this post! I love the idea of closing the door to the past and walking into your future. I use that concept in suggesting healing rituals people can do. And since I am an author, I quite liked what you had to say about that!! 🙂

    Have a great day!

    Jeanine

  2. Everything tends to have small beginnings. I have found that in my life anyways, that there have been many small beginnings and hey have always led to something bigger and good for me.

  3. I think when we start small and grow, it makes things more meaningful as we grow. I love the quote about closing the door to the past, I know someone that can really relate to that.

  4. Elizabeth O.

    Small beginnings are beginnings nonetheless. It’s where all the big things start anyway. It may not seem like it when you’re just starting, maybe that’s why a lot of people give up easily. But for those who decide to stay and keep doing what they’re doing, success is just around the corner, and your “small” beginning doesn’t seem small anymore.

  5. Lawrence Hamilton

    Sometimes we forget how we got to where we are. Most of us never forget our first anything. Me, I’ll never forget my first sale with THM. Still brings a smile to my face. Especially on those days when I wonder why I do what I do. It allows me to move forward.

  6. Karen, I looove new beginnings of every sort: a new season, a new month, a new baby, a new year! All of them are such a blessing! A new day, as Anne Shirley said, “brand new with no mistakes in it!”

  7. Sometimes we need to start with small beginnings before it can grow into big successes. It’s like the easy versus hard times in life. We can’t always have everything the easier way.

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