BEST of PONDER on THIS for Friday, August 18th, 2017 by Neale Donald Walsch in WHAT GOD WANTS

“Guilt is pointless, and is not the same as regret. Regret is the feeling that tells us we are sorry for what we did and do not wish to do it again. Guilt is the feeling that indicts us for it, and never lets us redeem ourselves no matter what we do. Regret is empowering, guilt is paralyzing.

Fear is pointless, and it is not the same as caution. Caution is the feeling that tells us we would benefit from looking both ways before stepping off the curb. Fear is the feeling that won’t let us step off the curb at all. Caution is empowering, fear is paralyzing.”

Neale Donald Walsch, in “What God Wants”

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