Daily Prayable: Tough Decisions - Tuesday, December 28, 2010
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Help me deal with the worries the fill my heart with dread. What if I make a mistake that delays treatment? What if I make a mistake that prolongs someone's pain? Or, even worse, shortens their life? Help me remember that you are here, not only for the patients but also for me, their nurse. Help me feel Your comforting presence, moving me forward, to act with Your spirit in my heart.
- Sue Bradford Edwards
My college roommate was a complete bitch. I'm grateful for her rotten personality, sarcasm and mean spirit. Michelle was all the motivation I needed to spend a lifetime in a good mood. She scared the crabbiness right out of me; I'm rarely moody anymore.
I was getting ready for the long holiday weekend, and I was in a terrific mood. I got a request for a sample copy of my new book and I went to the UPS store down the block from my condo, to send it out. Picture me whistling a happy tune. I walk into the store to complete my very pleasant task...
- Chief of Pray, Susan Diamond
These days, you can't say anything without some forethought. Remember the old paper dolls? My granddaughter received an updated version of the doll in magnetic form, and plays with it on the fridge in their kitchen.
She's had it for over a year and still changes the clothes around while Mommy, Daddy or MiMi are preparing her lunch or the family dinner...
Get rid of what enslaves you. Find spiritual health and well-being by discovering personal freedom. Don't be defeated by your life circumstances. Here's how to change your life for good.
Inspired by Rabbi Karyn Kedar's new book, "Omer: A Counting"
Written by Susan Diamond, ...
Limited as we are to our steadily aging bodies, we find it fascinating that angels can take any form that suits the message. A "classic" angel, with wings and all lighted up, perhaps with pale skin and eyes of blue flame, seems to be less often glimpsed than do angels in the guise of ordinary folks of all sorts--male or female, young or old, tall or short, any race, any dialect, any description.