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Sue McPherson

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Grace beside me
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“We don’t need to worry about what everyone else thinks or likes. I dare you to sing your own song, do your own thing. We don’t have to dislike someone just because they look, sound or come across different. I dare you to be tolerant and fair. We don’t have to give up when things are buggered. I dare you to fight for what you want and what you believe. You have the strength. I dare you to love yourself … because no matter what you think, you are deadly. And don’t you forget it. Grace beside you always.”
Sue McPherson, Grace Beside Me

“When you are faced with something challenging and you don’t know how to deal with it, you can get real low and sad and not sure what to do next. Well, that’s when you ‘sit a while’. You just find a spot out in the bush, in a paddock or at the beach. Turn off your iPod because you need to connect to the wind, the air, the wildlife and the old spirits around you. Sit on the ground and hold some dirt, sand or a rock in your hands, and work towards getting your breathing normal, then slow it down a little. It might take five or ten minutes or it might take an hour, it all depends how bad your situation is. When you calm your spirit and allow it to connect again to Country and if you are still and quiet enough you may be able to feel a subtle shift in your emotions – like a wave of strong wind – then calm. For me, when the shift comes, my confidence grows stronger. I might feel a little lighter around my shoulders and chest and a couple of times I’ve felt warmth on the back of my head. Eventually I look at the situation with my heart more open and I don’t feel so shitty. Now, I’m not saying this happens all the time,”
Sue McPherson, Grace Beside Me



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