Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • Monday, April 15th, 2019

    Failure is a Valuable Teacher

    Failure is a reality. Failure is painful. Failure is a beautiful gift. We all fail at times and it can be very painful when it happens, but it’s better to fail while striving for something wonderful, challenging and adventurous than to not try because we are afraid we may not succeed. “Frequent failure” seems to be such […]

  • Sunday, April 14th, 2019

    To Numb or Not To Numb?

    There are lots of ways to numb the pain. We are all experience a complex array of diverse emotions, however many of us are uncomfortable confronting our most powerful ones. We often “numb” ourselves to what we are truly feeling. It’s easier to suppress our emotions than to deal with them, so many of us choose […]

  • Saturday, April 13th, 2019

    “Naturelessness” Is Stressful

    Quick Mental Health Survey…. 1. How do you feel?…..Are you stressed? Are you feeling fatigued? Are your five senses bored? Do you have a headache? 2. Where are you?…….Can you see a tree from where you are right now? How about smell a flower or a plant? If you take a deep breath, is it […]

  • Friday, April 12th, 2019

    Worry

    Are you worried about something today? “Worry” is like a rocking chair, it gives you something to do, but it doesn’t get you anywhere. How can we stop worrying? Consider these steps: 1. We need to determine the root of our worry. I find if helpful to to write down my worry. Exactly, what is it am […]

  • Thursday, April 11th, 2019

    Dogs Are Great Teachers

    Dogs are the best. Maybe for you “Dog” can be replaced by “Cat” or any other pet. For me, it’s my two dogs, Carly a Golden Retriever and Luna a Malitpoo. Dogs are wonderful teachers of spirit. Have you ever noticed that most dogs are liked by everyone and seem to have no enemies. At least […]

  • Wednesday, April 10th, 2019

    What Are You Ingesting?

    We are what we ingest. What goes in, must come out. Ingest mindfully. Even though we live in a world of amazing access to information, we sometimes have to search long and hard for something positive and uplifting. It’s so much easier to turn on the TV and watch violence, crime and corruption packaged as entertainment, or […]

  • Tuesday, April 9th, 2019

    Real Life Theatre

    “Real Life” is found in people watching. I find it fascinating to watch people, whether it’s at a party, in a store, a restaurant, a park or just walking through town. I find the daily “theater” of life fascinating. I learn so much about “you”, “me” and “us” by simply observing the ordinary flow of […]

  • Monday, April 8th, 2019

    A “Should” Challenge

    Good Morning, As you move through your life’s journey today, consider this thought. Too often we attempt to impose our will on other people by telling them what they “SHOULD” do. What we are really saying is, “our way is the right way” or “our way is the only one way”. Spiritual Challenge for this […]

  • Sunday, April 7th, 2019

    Who’s First

    Who’s comes first? Where are YOU in line? Self care is so often an after thought, but without it, you place your health at risk. Putting yourself first means that it may be necessary to say no to someone else in order to say yes to yourself. We have all heard the instructions of an airline […]

  • Saturday, April 6th, 2019

    Apologies

    “I’m sorry”, it’s easy to say, but what happens when it falls on deaf ears? You can never be sure how someone will respond when you apologize for any harm you may have caused in their lives. When we honestly and sincerely apologize for our mistakes we are only responsible for our effort, not the […]