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I Think You’re Aware

I think you’re aware that certain things challenge us even though we’re not aware of them.

I think we’re both aware that certain things challenge us even though only one of us is aware of them.

I know we’re both aware that when it comes to certain things, what challenges us is that only one of us is aware of them.

We’re both aware, that we both know, that we are aware of certain things that challenge us as we become aware of them.

We’re both aware that for certain things the challenge is that it is difficult for us both to be aware of them.

We’re painfully aware of the challenge to become aware of how each of us knows certain things about the other, although we have never had the courage to say it.

I am afraid to let you know that I know, and you are afraid to let me know that you know.

BUT

I am aware that you are challenged by certain things and because I am aware of that I will make sure that I become aware of them, and I want you to know that that is true of me as well, that I trust you to take up the challenge of knowing whatever it is I need you to know.

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3 thoughts on “I Think You’re Aware

  1. The first challenge is to believe that reality is fundamentally good. The second is to believe that we can be good. The third is to believe that other people can be good. If we meet all three of those challenges, we are on track for a happy and productive life.

  2. Brenda Bethel says:

    I believe that, understanding we all have challenges is a beginning of great relationships. I also believe we do not have to expose everything we are aware of, but understand them all as much as possible. To have a lending and helpful ear and hand always at hand; rather, than seeking awareness from others.

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