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Karen Webber frames her mental health journey through the Exodus story.
the pyramids in Egypt
“Grant me the strength to sustain my life, / As you commanded…”
woman eating breakfast in bed
“We can’t always be brave, but we can dance.”
We Can Dance

“We are commanded not to harm ourselves, because for some of us that is a struggle.”

God Doesn’t Want Us To Hurt Ourselves

“Who will find me worthy, if not You?”

A Psalm for When I Yearn to Know: Am I Worthy?

“We will not enter our promised land/If we strike the rock within.”

Speak Kindly to the Rock Within

This is a prayer for when I find myself consumed by reading a Facebook post, an article, or absorbed by my cell phone.

Expanded Awareness
“It ravages my soul every day without end”
Transforming

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