18 Simple Truths Nobody Told Us While Growing Up

You know how when you were a little child you used to thinks that grown-ups have the answers to all of your questions and how those answers would in fact reflect the ultimate… Continue reading

Still a Great Person

“If you are a great person and you go out on a date with someone who doesn’t want to see you again, you are still a great person the next day”  Unknown

10 Life Laws

Dr. Phil McGraw Life Law #1: You either get it or you don’t. Strategy: Become one of those who gets it. It’s easy to tell these people apart. Those who “get it” understand… Continue reading

The Power of Being called to Create

Sometimes, out of your deepest struggles comes your greatest calling. BY: Jonathan Fields Beliefnet.com On Valentine’s Day in 2003, at the age of thirty-one, Kris Carr was diagnosed with a very rare form… Continue reading

Life Itself is Risky

“Life itself is risky.  If I put up fences to keep out risk, I will also keep life out.  I will not forego the next ten minutes of happiness on the premise that… Continue reading

Children Learn What They Live

Children Learn What They Live By Dorothy Law Nolte, Ph.D. If children live with criticism, they learn to condemn. If children live with hostility, they learn to fight. If children live with ridicule,… Continue reading

Five Incredible Truths We Often Forget

From:  Purpose Fairy When it comes to treating ourselves in the same way we treat the people we love the most, we often fail. We can be generous and kind to others, but not so… Continue reading

Allow Life to Happen

  “Allow life to happen. Accept reality and the natural order and destiny of things…that there is a reason you don’t fully understand yet. Sometimes the strangest and most painful things work out… Continue reading

After a while…

After a while you learn the subtle difference between holding a hand and chaining a soul and you learn that love doesn’t mean leaning and company doesn’t always mean security. And you begin… Continue reading

Easter Conversations

When my son was four years old, on Easter morning he told me about the conversation he had with the Easter Bunny the night before.  Now, almost twenty years later, our conversations are… Continue reading

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