Tag : love

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Yesterday morning I had a Doctor appointment and as I was sitting in the waiting area I struck up a conversation with an older gentleman looking lonely. I normally don’t struck up conversations with strangers very easily, but he looked friendly with his fluffy white mustache, and I love senior citizens as a whole, so we …
I am a very spiritual person. I grew up catholic and I have attended service at many different churches from many different denominations, mostly to satisfy my curiosity, so I am very well aware of how incredibly sensitive this issue of religion is. Your beliefs are important and they should never be belittled nor should …
It seems to me that every time I turn on the news lately there is someone telling me I should fear something. I ought to fear this, be angry at that and hate the other. I also noticed that the people that buy into this way of thinking are extremely depressed, suffer from anxiety or …
Sometime ago I decided not to be angry anymore. I didn’t want to be angry at EB and what it was doing to my son. I was done blowing my lid over things I had no control over. I was tired of being depressed all the time. I was tired of being overwhelmed. I was done …
I know for many, the thought of an “afterlife” or the idea that our soul survives is not something they believe in or even contemplate, but for me, it has become an absolute certainty. I’ve lost count of all the little things that have happened over the years that leave no doubt on the subject. …
I just started listening to an audio-book today by Rhonda Byrne called ‘The Power’ and it’s truly helping me start the New Year in a more loving note. Truly, the more I live the more I realize the power of Love is life changing, but I never realized how much. Thinking positive, believing in the impossible …
Just the other day I ran across an article on Redbook magazine asking “Would your friends be there for you in a Health Crisis” that made me stop cold. As I read it, I was nodding. Oh yes, I’ve been there. You see, as I explained, or at least tried to explain in my book …