It's Sunday. Maybe it's not your day of worship or maybe you don't worship at all. It doesn't matter. Today is your day for inspiration. Just say that it is. Here are a few Sunday thoughts: No matter what our circumstances, it is within our power to do one thing every day to make the world a . . .
Sometimes you just want a bite-sized inspiration to start your day. Or make you think. Not a treatise. Not a book. One single thought. I provide exactly that in two places you might not know about: I'd love you to follow me on Instagram. There, you'll find a daily nugget to start your day off . . .
We live in such uncivilized times, don't we? I'm beginning to really despise the way social media have become a bully pulpit for uncivilized discourse. The politics of today are really shameful. Not that politics has ever been clean, but today so much is acceptable that would have been called out at . . .
Gathered together we find our light and each spark shifts and multiplies, scattering its radiance on our ordinary lives, like everything precious, more valuable when shared. Like every common miracle, made of the stuff of stars. Let the light shine--watch for it falling one other’s faces. Count the . . .
I don't remember where i saw this image but I can tell you that it stopped me in my tracks. Because I realized how often our " what if " scenarios are bleak. Negative. And worrisome. This, however, turns that right around. I know, I know. You're afraid to "jinx it." But nothing positive you think . . .
Children of Neptune by Lisa G. Froman for the children of Parkland The children, see how they are growing, palms in air, atoning. They are arising. Neptune’s offsprings, they water our lawns with tears and carry our conscience in their levis. Not far from the mother’s breast, they dream of . . .
How true this is. There's nothing better than knowing why we're here. Our life purpose. Why? Because it gives meaning to our lives. Perspective for the bad times and the good, both. The day I realized mine changed my life. I didn't set out to find my life purpose, the reason for this incarnation. . . .
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I don't deny that some days are so bad that they seem to darken our lives irrevocably. But that's usually not the case. It saves a lot of anxiety and stress if we learn the difference between a bad day and a bad life. I continue to be inspired by women I know with debilitating chronic illness, . . .
When Camus talked about the invincible summer he was referring to that indomitable spirit, the strength we find when dig deep within. He went on to say that no matter how the world pushes against him, there's something stronger pushing right back. I work with people in some of their hardest times, . . .