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Monday November 20 , 2017
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A new blog will be posted weekly.  My intent is to offer you hope and encouragement in happiness and during life’s struggles.  Life is so short and so precious.  I wish you love, happiness and prosperity every moment of everyday.


History is a tool used to track success and failures. It is used as a tool to benchmark your future successes. You will never be able to erase history. Throughout history, Unspeakable tragedies have transpired all over the globe. Some of those things we have learned from and progressed, there are so many others that we are still learning from.

How can a runner beat his best time? He has to refer back to find out his fastest time and use that as his benchmark for future races.


Dimensions Apart

Only through love and compassion can we begin to see and understand the uniqueness in others, no matter how different they may seem or appear to be.  For everyone’s sake we need to try and understand how they think and feel, what their wants and needs are and how they express those things.

I always thought that those with special needs were so gifted.  I thought that they were not of this world but above us, closer to heaven and brought here to us for a reason.  The lesson is to teach us that there is a huge difference between the body, spirt and mind.  The lesson is to never judge.  The lesson is that love comes in many forms and many in ways.  That love doesn’t have to be spoken, and can be felt from such a long distance, but you know the love is there, you can feel it.


A Life Changing Event Changes You!

After Hurricane Harvey, I waited to hear if there was going to be any type of counselors on hand for the residents who had lost so much during this disaster.  So, I decided to write this blog in hopes that it might help someone cope with what they are going through.

A devastating event can change your life.  This can happen by witnessing the loss of all of your personal possessions, making it out of a tragic event and witnessing the loss of life.  Just seeing those things can leave deep, emotional scars.  It will affect you.



We were all put here on earth to coexist with all of God’s animals.  We were given such a breath taking landscape to walk among.  We were given some of the most amazing sunrises and sunsets to gaze upon.  We were also given the freedom to make our own choices in this lifetime.  Somewhere, some got it right and some went astray.

It was our job to figure out how to coexist with nature, wildlife and our fellow human beings.  It was our job to figure out how to preserve all of our natural resources so that they would stand the test of time.  It was also our job, since the beginning, to learn, teach, and help each other grow so that it would strengthen our future generations.


Be Still Troubled Waters

Be still troubled waters, rest easy my weary soul. I replace the troubled waters with a calm that lies deep within my soul.  Just knowing; that whatever happens, I remain in a place of peace and contentment.  Within me lies such an amazing inner peace that transcends all the past, present and future events that have occurred or have yet to occur in my life.

Be still troubled waters as fear resides here no more.  Knowing that the sun will show its glorious face, it only takes a moment for the troubled waters to reappear.  The storm won’t last forever, brighter days will appear.


The First Breath of Life

Relax and get comfortable.  We’re going to take a few slow, deep breathes.   As you exhale each breath, release all of the stress and burdens that you carry around with you.  With each breath you take, you release more and more until you are in a relaxed and peaceful state.  You are surrounded by white light, you are surrounded by love.

When you have reached a calm and peaceful state, take yourself back to the moment that you drew your very first breath.  That moment was pure, full of love and innocence.  There was no knowledge at that moment, no learned behavior to speak of, there was only that breath.


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