Why crankiness is a good thing

Follow me here... Sharing the teachings of Abraham Hicks, negative emotions are a signal to let us know where we are, in direct relationship with where we want to go. Our emotions are literally our GPS. Have you heard the expression "You have all the guidance you need within yourself"...? I just said it myself …

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Why our thoughts are important

We have close to 60,000 thoughts a day. Many are the same...and many are similar in nature. We have been led to believe that our thoughts are in reaction to the world around us. And they are. But more importantly, our thoughts actually influence the world around us. What our thoughts teach us Our thoughts teach us …

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Why bravery is crucial to my joy

Land of the free, and home of the brave. Bravery is many things. With many faces. Today we celebrate our independence day and the bravery of many. Who step up. Who answer the call. I cannot speak to the type of bravery it takes to defend our country... to put on a uniform and be …

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The first and last thing: Why rituals are so meaningful

What are the first thoughts you have in the morning and the last thoughts you have before falling asleep? An excerpt from Dr. Wayne Dyer's blog: "Metaphysical teacher Neville Goddard offers us this description of what takes place while we sleep: Sleep is the door through which the conscious, waking mind passes to be creatively …

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Why the light is coming even in dark days

When tragedy happens, some people say it's the end of the world. Our Gospel Sunday reminded us that it's not the end of the world....far from it. It's an opportunity to have faith in God. And in goodness. Maybe easier said than done. Yesterday's Gospel and homily reminded me of something very important. "But in those …

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