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More Beautiful Than Before

I have some wonderful, caring, beautiful friends in my life.  I’m grateful for their love and support. Recently I was fortunate to spend some quality and fun time with a girlfriend who came to our winter oasis in California for a week. During her time with us, she presented me with a little book that […]

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A little boost of spirituality

A little boost of spirituality

Believe it or not, I was looking online for a yummy recipe and I came across a website of delicious ketogenic recipes.  Before I got to the list of recipes though…the host of the site had this lovely poem at the top of her page.  I was having an emotional morning, feeling a little blue […]

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The Book of Joy

|I enjoy reading.  Quite often I seek out books that have health education or a spiritual element to them rather than entertaining fiction.  That’s not to say that I don’t read fiction.  I do.  But I love the sense of motivation and inspiration I get from reading a book written by someone who’s been through hardship […]

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Coping with Chronic Disease

“I value people who are down on their luck yet they keep a positive outlook.  I respect people who have wounds that tell an intense story of trust.  I commend the folks with hurts that run deep as rivers but they keep walking onward.  I cherish broken people because sometimes they’ll give you a piece […]

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Middle Age Wisdom

When we are young we tend to be less confident, more “follow the crowd”, not able to say “no”, and just not as wise as we are when we reach middle age. I can tell you this is true.  I’ve now reached middle age and my whole attitude towards life and every aspect of it […]

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I’ve Learned

I subscribe to a web site called “Spiritual Awakenings”.  I love the messages I get from this site on a regular basis.  The quotes and messages are so true and inspiring for sure. This paragraph is one that really resonated with me.  In fact I could have written it myself….I absolutely love the message here. “If I’ve […]

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Expressions of Gratitude

With the Canadian Thanksgiving just one week away I felt it was a very appropriate time to post about GRATITUDE. I need to revisit this topic often as I find myself sometimes slipping into the abyss of “woe is me”….and I have SO VERY MUCH to be grateful for. I give thanks for having my loving, caring, supportive, generous […]

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31 Things to Do Before I Die

A dear friend that I have known for years, actually back to high school days, that I have reconnected with shared this article with me. This article is soooooo good.  I really enjoyed reading it and taking the words to heart.  Reading this article will make you stop and think about your life, your mind chatter, […]

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Message 12 years after Columbine!

My Mom sent this letter to me via email and I have to tell you that I agree with the writer so much that I decided to share it on my website.  Now, this is written about the United States but we are the direct neighbours of the US and the same thing is happening […]

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