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Cultivating Expectancy

When we cultivate expectancy we are choosing to respond to things that happen in our life with hope and encouragement even though we may not know the outcome (there is a certain letting go of control required here) that leads to living with peace in your life.
The opposite choice when those things happen is negativity or fear (probably because we realize we aren’t in control) and this leads to heightened anxiety and a mindset of scarcity which of course is not peaceful.
This month we are looking at how to cultivate expectancy, what it really is, and why it’s so good.
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Hi, I'm Kathleen Scott

I’m an illustration artist and printmaker that holds a special place in her heart for all creatives, art, coffee, and running. Yes, I actually like to run. I was on the state championship cross country team in high school and ran for Wake Forest University. I still run, though not competitively. I do it for the love. Just like I draw for the love of art. And of course those things drive my love for coffee. Lots of coffee

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