We are looking for progress, not perfection; however, we sometimes get lost or confused between the two.
Expecting ourselves to be perfect at something we are only now learning is a familiar affliction. As we accept our humanness, we'll allow the mistakes that are a normal part of the process of living and learning - a process we call progress.
(from "A Work in Progress")
I affirm who YOU are, friend of not: each person has a good that is to be respected & I celebrate that
Even those who I disagree with, it's YOU I choose to share concern
Thank you Jerry Herman for writing "I am what I am, I am my own special creation."
Can you affirm my goal?
SMART Ride 9 Rider R. J. Hadley #223