Archive | March, 2015

Should you choose to trust and be vulnerable?

Dear friends, Love is wishing others well. Love is kind. Love gives and is grateful in receiving. Love feeds on trust. Trust is your willingness to cede control. Letting go of control makes you feel vulnerable. Most of us don’t like feeling vulnerable. But we don’t have a choice. We don’t wish to live in […]

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How to navigate the night of hopelessness?

Dear friends, Astronomers estimate that each day approximately 275 million new stars are born in the universe. Our galaxy alone has 200 to 400 billion stars. With over 100 billion galaxies in the universe, many believe the universe has more stars than the number of sand particles on all the earth’s beaches combined. We, of […]

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What is your only day’s job?

Dear friends, At each conscious moment you are in a relationship – with yourself, others or the world around you. The specifics of the engagement vary depending on your immediate needs and preferences, and what you are entrusted with. No matter the specifics, the universal nutrient that can nourish each of your relationships is kindness. […]

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How healing others heals the self

Dear friends, Our minds are designed to focus on hurts. We can’t help it. Within that limitation, however, we have the power over which hurts we see. When I focus on my hurts and you on yours, we live in our hurts. When I focus on your hurts and you on mine, with an intention […]

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Can you pick healthier addictions?

Dear friends, Most spiders are venomous, however, only a few (brown recluse and black widow in the U.S.) are of significant concern. As such spider bites are rare and fatalities due to these bites extremely rare (few to none each year). Dog bites are much more common (800,000 per year with 20 fatalities). More lethal […]

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