10 Affirmations of Love for Valentine’s Day‏

Love in this era is different from what it was in the past. Today, we learn that everything in our outer world is a mirror of what goes on in our minds. If we want to find love and acceptance, then that’s what we must first give to ourselves. Most of us have long lists of reasons why we believe that we’re not lovable. This list usually stems from things that our families or teachers have said to us, and when we hear them over and over again, we often start to believe them. Or perhaps our list … [Read more...]

Who Do You Love?‏

We get pretty much what we expect to get in our relationship. What we expect to get is what we focus on. If it turns out good, we should not be disappointed. If it turns out bad, we should not be disappointed. We got what we expected. What else did we expect to get? Perhaps we should learn to be in a relationship with no expectations. In a spirit of unity, only and always work together, all the time, to create the best relationship we can. All the time. With intention. In a spirit of … [Read more...]

Something Special for Your Hubby for Christmas!‏

Hey, Gals! Here’s Something Special for Your Hubby for Christmas! In a season when our mailboxes are stuffed with photos of people we haven't thought about all year wearing unfortunate sweaters, I'm thinking it might be a great change of pace to prepare a Holiday photo card for him with a personalized message - one where you're not wearing an ugly sweater. I'm not talking about sexting a quick selfie photo here. I'm talking about a classy and sexy photograph present of yourself, less … [Read more...]

Beyond Money: A Look at Giving, Dr. Gray Keller

Is your fundraising strategy BRILLIANT? First, is it Believable? A great fundraising strategy is believable. Your marketing, PR, branding behind it, must resonate with donors. Second, is it Realistic? If your fundraising strategy is not realistic, then donors will laugh, some will mock and others will simply think you’re crazy and will not give. You must show how the amount of money you need and think you can raise is realistic to your overall goals and purposes of a nonprofit. … [Read more...]

Date-Your-Mate‏

This is especially important if you are married!   Once each week plan to spend some time together. I know. You have kids. It's easy to use your children as an excuse. Give it up. Hire a trusted friend to do an overnight and head for the "No-Tell Motel" to light the fire. Dinner dates are great too, but be creative and discover other options. Take a "hand-in-hand" walk. Visit an arcade and play some games. Think different! Put together a picture puzzle. Schedule a "Play Date" … [Read more...]

We Need to Accept, Shirlee Hall

WE NEED TO ACCEPT We need to accept that we are significant; what we think and do forever echoes throughout the universe. We need to accept that there is more to life than the daily toil of survival; the solution is to inwardly awaken. We need to accept the truth that Divine Love and Divine Wisdom move creation in an ongoing symphony. We need to accept there are subtle planes far reaching in thought and vibration interacting with us. We need to accept that everything created is … [Read more...]

PARENTING, 9 Most Unusual Parenting Books for Sale

For every parenting philosophy, there’s a book out there to support it or to point out its perceived shortcomings. While the majority of parenting books can be read in a manner that allows parents and childcare providers to use the advice that works for their situation and discard the rest, there are some on the market that are strange or downright dangerous. While these books aren’t always accepted by parenting experts, developmental specialists or medical professionals as particularly … [Read more...]

INSPIRATIONAL WINDOW – Inspirational Light

    The Living Light Psalm 433     Photo: http://www.poemsbycc.com/InspirationalIndex.html   … [Read more...]

The Essence of a Woman, Sherri Rose

The ESSENCE of a WOMAN ... will always, like Cinderella, not be a victimized scullery girl;  but a woman, even if placed in an awful situation, that is able to make the best of every situation.     THE POEM The poem that begins with the idea that a woman is more precious than pearls or rubies is in the Proverbs. There are different translations and below are two translations from two websites which are listed at the end under references. The second line of translation starts … [Read more...]

Recovery is a Journey…Enjoy the Trip

Recovery is a Journey...Enjoy the Trip. So how does your recover-strategy-goal-setting prepare you to enter into the journey of recovery? Say, you’ve had a heart attack, actually your heart has been attacked; not your physical, anatomical heart, but your breakable, emotional heart. The personal heart that grows weary, the hardened heart, the heartless one, the cold heart, the heart that aches, that stands still, that leaps with joy and the one who has lost heart; yes, your very human … [Read more...]

GLAMOUR, DUALITY & GRACE @ Shirlee Hall

GLAMOUR, DUALITY AND GRACE FOR THE MAJORITY OF SOULS on this physical plane, life is an ongoing struggle. If you already understand your true identity as a spirit in matter, the struggle can be very distracting and disappointing if we are not continually reminded as to why we are on earth and what we need to do to keep sane and move forward. Lack of understanding and the forgetting of spirit identity are caused by a veil of protection we wear when entering physical form. The veil is … [Read more...]

WOMEN in RECOVERY – Children

Children are a tremendous blessing to us, but they are also a tremendous responsibility that God has entrusted to us. Are you taking time to 'invest' in the Children that are in Your Life? And if you don't have any children, how about your nieces and nephews? As parents, we have been entrusted to nurture, train, teach and prepare our children for life. During times of illness, even without harm done to the children around us, what has been done is the 'sin' of Omission, for lack of … [Read more...]

CelebrateLove.com – ‘Even Children Talk About Love…’

Even Children Talk About Love… by Larry James Touching words from the mouth of babes... "When my grandmother got arthritis, she couldn't bend over and paint her toenails anymore. So my grandfather does it for her all the time, even when his hands got arthritis too. That's love." ~ Rebecca - age 8 " When someone loves you, the way they say your name is different. You just know that your name is safe in their mouth." ~ Billy - age 4 "Love is when a girl puts on perfume and … [Read more...]

FRIENDSHIP DAY ~ Celebrate on August 7, 2011

  Friendship Day Celebrate on August 7, 2011     Friends are the greatest possession of life. A true friend is like a guiding light like who becomes the motivational force behind your success in life. So, in order to commemorate this wonderful relationship, we celebrate ‘friendship day’. Quite often people miss out on this wonderful day just because they don't know the exact date. Since there is no fixed date of Friendship Day, people tend to keep wondering as … [Read more...]

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