February is often deemed the month of ‘love’ due to the Valentine’s Day holiday. Though I think that every month should be the month to celebrate ‘love’, I realize that the Valentine’s Day enthusiasm is often limited to kids in grade school and couples.
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There are many discussions about weight loss and all kinds of options to try to lose weight. But, why do people become fat? I think if we began to discover why we become overweight in the first place, it would help not only in losing the unwanted pounds, but also in keeping them off. Here
What would you do if you lost five of the people closest to you in an instant? It is hard to fathom such a tragedy or how anyone could go on in life after. Jill Kraft Thompson shares in her book ‘Finding Jill – How I Rebuilt My Life after Losing the Five People I Loved Most’ how she endured the biggest tragedy and challenge she could never have imagined.
Gratitude as a daily habit: I learned that whenever I was feeling worried, sad or hopeless I could change my attitude my pausing and counting my blessings. Prior to that I felt I was grateful and always told myself and others that I was. Looking back…
When Life Happens To Your Parent — After some vague indications and a little denial of reality, our family has had to face the fact that my Dad has Alzheimer’s.Le’go my Ego – Live Your Purpose Now
What if you could live a life free from the trappings of fear? From criticism? From the all the reasons that are holding you back? From bringing into your life all that you truly desire? And no, that doesn’t mean you are going to cash in on the Lotto Max and get that shiny new mustang – unless of course, that is part of your life’s Divine purpose.Practical Spirituality
Up until the age of 35, I lived a life fueled by self-will and determination; the proverbial square peg in a round hole. I just knew if I worked hard enough and stayed committed I could wrestle happiness out of life. It was clear from my perspective that whoever had the most “stuff” wins the game of life. And I sure wanted my share.Remain Vulnerable and Stay Alive
As an artist and a dreamer our greatest weapon is our emotional sensitivity; for it enables us to dream, to imagine, to empathize and to feel. But this great weapon sometimes feels like a heavy curse… especially when rejection and criticism rain on down. As creative souls our sensitivity makes us vulnerable to great wounding …