Gratitude is always the antidote to envy. A grateful heart is too full to be envious. When jealous or envious feelings knock at my door I send them away. I remind myself I possess a heart too good to allow immature emotions to make a home.
What you focus upon grows. Whether you concentrate on the good or the bad, this is true.
Focus on those things that bring you to your knees in gratitude. This will place you in the perfect posture to give REAL thanks.
I believe in gr
If opportunity is the sun, turn your face toward it.
Don't waste your life wallowing in the dark. Too often when "bad" things happen we wrap ourselves in a blanket of despair. That's ok now and then, for a finite span, but then, it's time to seek the good.
There are many who wait passively for "good" to find them. Some complain they get passed over for happiness due to unfair circumstances and the tough hand dealt. I think, at best, these people unintentionally hide from t
Every year the days that proceed and follow September 11th shake me. I always become contemplative over the loss of innocent life on US soil. I usually feel called to write. This year I have no words; just quiet reverence and sorrow for the lives so senselessly stolen.
My heart breaks, too, for the survivors shouldering the thievery; making a whole life baring the phantom limb of loss.
Thank you to those who ran in when others ran out. Ultimate Heroes.
Much love and stren
Those three words have a multitude of meanings. There are so many parts of that sentence that feel like a place to jump off and run with my words. When I sit to write I always ask the muse that guides my message to take lead. Although my urge to fly off in a mystical direction like a wild mustang in the desert; I will pull back on my OWN practical reigns and report...
... it is time to get rid of all your extra Sh*%!
Lol--I know... wow! ...what a turn!
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