Many of us may have experienced relief just walking across a threshold into a place where we know we are loved – unconditionally. Think though what life could be if a calm, peaceful consciousness became our focus where ever we may be, became the perspective for any difficulty in which we find ourselves? Continue reading
Posted in #PTSD, A soldier and a dog, Comfort, Freedom, Healing, Healthy Thinking, Hope, Spiritual Perspective, Unconditional Love
Tagged Divine Canines, Fort Hood Military Base, PTSD, unconditional love
I’m delighted to share with you an article from my colleague Debra Chew. Enjoy!
My favorite act at the circus is the balancing act. You know, the guy walking the tightrope, balancing each step he takes so that he doesn’t lose his equilibrium and come crashing down. Sometimes life can make women feel like they are walking a tightrope and that the least change will take them off balance and they will come crashing down. Continue reading
“We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal…”
July 1776, The Declaration of Independence
But ever found yourself a bit ahead (good!) or coming out on the short end (awful!) of life’s measuring stick? Really, what were those original patriots thinking? For me that sense of equality, a respect of others, can so often get lost in comparisons. Continue reading
“Happy”. Are you counted among about 200 million others around the globe who have viewed songwriter Pharrell William’s You Tube video? Wondered what is fueling its wild popularity? Continue reading
The following post is from my colleague Keith Wommack. I had to share it with all of you! I sure wish I had read it years ago…
Admit it. You’re a lousy listener.
Don’t fret. I used to be one, but I’ve been fine-tuning my skill, and you can too. Continue reading
Watching the recent Academy Awards, I was intrigued by the winning film of the Best Short Documentary category, The Lady in Number 6. A good part of the world knew the subject, Alice Herz-Sommer and her biography, A Century of Wisdom (2012). Her life is remarkable not only for what she has endured – a survivor of the Holocaust or for what she has accomplished – at 109 the oldest known concert pianist, but for how she lived and the healthy effect she had on others. Her biographer, Caroline Stoessinger, surmised Alice might have uncovered the source of eternal youth. Continue reading
Posted in Ageless Living, Forgiveness, Freedom, God, Gratitude, Health, Healthy Thinking, Humility, Mary Baker Eddy, Mind and Body connection, Unconditional Love
Tagged A Century of Wisdom, Alice Herz-Sommer, Caroline Stoessinger, Mary Baker Eddy, The Lady in Number 6