Tag Archive: Life

Love

“Love life, engage in it, give it all you’ve got. Love it with a passion, because life truly does give back, many times over, what you put into it.” ~Maya Angelou “Don’t ever… Continue reading

This River Called Life, A Letter to My Children

Today, my ebook was published on both Kindle and The Nook.  The preview for the book  is listed below as well as a review by my proofreader.  She read the book and was… Continue reading

The whole point in believing…

“People seem to lose faith so easily.  Isn’t that the whole point in believing?  Tomorrow always brings promises that yesterday couldn’t make”  Jenna Gilbert

Unconditional Love….Happy Valentines Day

When all Else Fails:  “They laughed and asked me what I see in you.  I smiled back and said…everything you don’t” Unknown  There have been times that my children expressed to me a… Continue reading

Believe in Yourself

The authentic self gives you power, vision, and passion. You’ll never get something in your life unless you believe you deserve it. You have to believe and fall in love with yourself.  Believe… Continue reading

Know Yourself

Nothing is more important than to know yourself.  This makes all things on all planes in all realities easy.  To grow and change we need to integrate insight into our lives.  The irony… Continue reading

Dreams Are Whispers From The Soul

Dreams Are Whispers From The Soul. What you really want to do is what you are really meant to do.  When you do what you are meant to do, money comes to us,… Continue reading

We are Worthy

“So many of us were emotionally abandoned as children and learned that the only safety or thing to count on was doing it all by ourselves.  We fill the emptiness by being beholden… Continue reading

Nothing Real Can Be Threatened

Nothing unreal exists.  Herein lies the peace of God.  A Course In Miracles  makes a fundamental distinction between the real and unreal; between knowledge and perception.  Knowledge is truth under one law, the… Continue reading

Love

“Love is the condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own”  Robert Heinlein