Day 1762: Different parts

I talk to people, in therapy and elsewhere, about accepting all the different parts of themselves.  Sometimes, people use the healthiest, most loving parts of themselves to nurture and comfort the frightened and wounded parts of themselves.

Today, I’m meeting with many skilled and experienced group therapists during a day-long retreat at our new home. I’m sure we’ll be sharing different parts of ourselves. I hope all the different parts of  our home work well throughout the day.

What different parts do you see in today’s different photos?

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Here is one of the different parts of jazz pianist Lyle Mays‘s Alaskan Suite.

All the different parts of Alaskan Suite are here, live, in Boston.

Feel free to express different parts of yourself in a comment, below.

Thanks to all who helped me create the different parts of this blog post and — of course! — to YOU.

 

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29 thoughts on “Day 1762: Different parts

  1. May all your parts enjoy the group retreat and community today Ann 💕

  2. Sounds like a fun day. Enjoy.

  3. You sum life up well, Ann.

  4. Eleanor

    Seeing Totoro in your blog has made my day!!!
    I feel happy from way deep whenever I see Totoro.

  5. A day long retreat sounds about perfect. Hope it all goes well for you, Ann.

  6. The part I like about my day the most in this moment is sharing it with you here.

    I’d love to be part of your day long retreat! Sounds like many parts making a whole lot of sense — and fun!

  7. Hi Ann, I would like to retreat. Can I come over?

  8. I hope the session at your home goes well today. What a beautiful location!

    Today, I am using Hagen Daz on a stick to comfort the wounded parts of myself. 🙂

  9. I think that crossing light is going to need some new parts….

  10. As you know in the theater there are no small parts. That’s something we should keep in mind in life too: we all have our part to play.

  11. Nobody tells me when to walk and when not to walk. Nobody!

  12. Thank you for this very ANN-couraging post! ♥~(‘▽^人)

  13. I’m always playing my part, just sometimes I’ve too many parts to play…

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  15. Would you think it too fishy if I said ‘different parts’ was sprat?

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