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The Myth of Scarcity

Forget Perfection.  Asset-Based Thinking liberates you from the pointless need to strive for “perfection.”  You realize that pursuit of perfection is not an asset, it’s a liability.  For a change in the way you feel about yourself, see yourself as a work in progress… just like everyone else.  Each day, say to yourself that for today you are perfect the way you are.  Always competent, yet always learning, always growing.  WARNING:  A preoccupation with eliminating flaws invites self-absorption, where recognition and reconciliation with shortcomings promotes a healthy and powerful humility that liberates you to move forward.

—from Change the Way You Think About Everything,
Katheryn Cramer and Hank Wasiak

September 15, 2019
Rev. Steve Van Kuiken

Sermon text: The Myth of Scarcity

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