Category Archives: Embracing life

I Am I…

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Too Short

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Unhappy?

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With Humble Hope

Open Letter to the Universe to exercise the Law of Attraction. Subject: What type of woman is and is not a good match for me. NO drama queens… Every life has some drama in it, but I am not interested … Continue reading

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Adversity

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The Way You Think About Yourself

“You can’t hate your way into loving yourself” is a line I came across recently. It stopped me in my tracks because I tried that.. a lot. Boy, did I! My self-loathing was long, pervasive and strong. Too much about … Continue reading

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In Harmony

Love can’t be seen, only felt. Trust can’t be proven, only shown. Hope can’t be located, only permitted. Happiness can’t be found, only consented to. Joy can’t be owned, only allowed. Contentment can’t be captured, only grown. Gladness, gratitude, cheerfulness, … Continue reading

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More Of What You Think

A man is but the product of his thoughts. What he thinks, he becomes. Mahatma Gandhi

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Finally Found It

I am responsible for the growth and maintenance of mindfulness in my own life. Each day is an opportunity for me to discover deeper truths about myself. Every moment is an invitation for me to grant others the space they … Continue reading

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Perspective Is Your Choice

Bronnie Ware, a palliative care nurse, who worked exclusively with the terminally ill wrote a book titled “The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing Regrets of the Dying”. For many years she was … Continue reading

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