Surrender the Moments as They Pass

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If you surrender completely to the moments as they pass, you live more richly those moments. Anne Morrow Lindbergh Related Posts:ProvidenceThe Quarrel with OneselfHappy HalloweenOde to Mothers…Umm….I Hate Mother’s…AboutI Hate Mothers DayThe difference between a creative person and a creative…Media Placements

Solutions to Problems May Be Found in the Circumstances

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There is no problem which does not have an appropriate solution. . . the solution often may be found in the circumstances creating the problem. – Napoleon Hill Related Posts:The First Duty of Every Human BeingLife Is Not a Problem To Be SolvedCompost is Nature’s Original Recycling ProjectGiftednessCreating Our WorldCreating Beauty from Life’s Scraps: The Foggy Days…Creating Beauty From Life’s ScrapsA SoulShirt™ = Wearing Your Soul On Your Sleeve –…

Here’s How to Laugh

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Those who don’t know how to weep with their whole heart don’t know how to laugh either. –Golda Meir Related Posts:The ClockLive as Much From the Heart as From the HeadHas Your Life Gone Up in Smoke?7 Sensitive, Gifted Secrets to Have the Love You Want…Tips for Starting the New Year Off RightLife Lessons Learned While QuiltingSensitive Gifted New Years ToolsA SoulShirt™ = Wearing Your Soul On Your Sleeve –…

Keep Yourself Well-Oiled with Life

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Keep yourself well-oiled with life, with laughter, and action—or you’ll rust out. – unknown Related Posts:A First Step in Our EducationFollow Your Own CASIGY TrailThe Soul is Explosive and PowerfulLifeStickNotice of Privacy PracticesMy SoulShirt PlayShopSharon’s ModalitiesMistakes – Antidote to Perfectionism

I Hate Mothers Day

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Reflections on How to to Heal our Lives, Feed our Souls, and Grow our Dreams I hate Mother’s Day. Awful though it sounds, I’ve hated mother’s day for a very long time.  I’ve also felt guilty that I hated it. I also know it’s not politically correct, so I’ve not said out loud. But it’s time to admit it. I hate Mother’s Day. I first hated it when I was in my twenties. I felt hurt and angry at my mother for many things that she had done or not done that hurt me when I was young. The more …