A Gift of Hope, Lynda Cheldelin Fell

No one ever says I want to grow up to write a book about grief. But life has a way of throwing us a curve ball, and then handing us a mitt. A few months ago I was invited to co-author a book featuring women from around the world who have all faced and endured a traumatic challenge. Our task was to write about our difficulty and then offer a lesson to help others who are facing the same challenge. It is touching for me to share with you that our book, The Missing Piece: A Transformational … [Read more...]

8 Reasons to Keep Your Live-In Nanny Out of a Spousal Dispute

8 Reasons to Keep Your Live-In Nanny Out of a Spousal Dispute When someone lives in your home and cares for your children they’re automatically privy to more sensitive information about your marriage than a center-based childcare provider; in some cases, they may be more well-informed about the state of your union than some of your friends and family members. While it can be almost impossible to keep these details completely private from your live-in nanny, there are several reasons why you … [Read more...]

WOMAN of ACTION – Joy Reyes

A Celebration of Women is honored to Celebrate the Life of this Woman, a teacher 'Divinely Guided', a Woman with a 'heart of a lamb and the strength of a lion'. The motivation of this Woman's Actions are definitely rooted in LOVE, pure unadulterated LOVE. If our world had more Women like this one, the possiblity of Peace on Earth would increase immensely. In honor of PEACE WEEK, we have chosen to share this week, the Life of this Living Inspiration with the Women of our World. A … [Read more...]

Valentine’s Day Do’s and Don’t’s

Valentine’s Day Do’s and Don’t’s Making Your Lover Happy For some, Valentine’s Day is the loveliest day of the year, for others, it is distinctly unappealing. Whichever way you feel about the day, here are some good ways to stay out of trouble with your lover when everything around you is hearts and flowers. DO 1. Get in the spirit of the day. Even if saints aren’t your thing, and cheery messages are like nails on a blackboard, pick up a sweet bouquet for your wife, your … [Read more...]

ADELE BUTLER – Women of Spirit: Grandma and Goliath

    Grandma and Goliath         Grandmother Takes on Oil Giant ...   Recently I read what can only be called a modern day David and Goliath story. The two contenders are an Ecuadorean grandmother whose modest home sits near marshes that are clogged with sticky oil for decades and Chevron. Maria Aguinda helped to bring a landmark judgment against Chevron for polluting the rain forest which she calls home. She spoke out against the US oil giant after it was fined $9.5 billion, among the … [Read more...]

ADELE BUTLER – Women of Spirit: Child Brides

     Child Brides ...      When I heard the news report about 12 year old girls from B.C. were being given as brides to polygamists, I was shocked and disgusted.  "They are still children!"  They aren't even developed fully yet. and what disturbed me the most was that their parents sanctioned this. Marriage, according to documents filed in B.C. Supreme Court Friday. The girls were “sealed for time and eternity” in religious ceremonies to Warren Jeffs, the prophet of the Fundamentalist Church … [Read more...]

ADELE BUTLER – Women of Spirit: Farewell to Former First Lady

  ADELE BUTLER - Women of Spirit:     Farewell to Former First Lady Joyce Hoyte.  ...may she finally rest in peace.   Today, I read of the passing of Guyana’s former first lady, Joyce Hoyte. After a brief period of illness, she died on Valentine’s Day at St. Joseph’s Mercy Hospital in Georgetown. She was 77 years old. She was the last remaining member of her family. Joyce Hoyte was the wife of Hugh Desmond Hoyte who served as Prime Minister of Guyana from 1984 to 1985 and President of … [Read more...]

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