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Great ideas come into the world quietly as doves. Perhaps then, if we listen attentively, we shall hear among the uproar of empires and nations a faint fluttering of wings, the gentle stirrings of life and hope.

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I have always love Charles Schultz, the author of the Peanuts comic strip. For now, with love I share this simple “test.”

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One of the most important questions I ever pondered was, “Is this a safe universe or a hostile one?”

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I am about to put the finishing touches on my Thanksgiving dinner. When I sit down to eat I will give thanks for all my blessings, the angels in my life and each of you

May all of you be blessed by angel kisses, love, peace and joy. Here are some photos of a few of things in my life I am grateful for.

Here in the US we are getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving 2009. I offer you a short prayer and some interesting facts about Thanksgiving.

I think gratitude is a wonderful spiritual practice and dedicating a whole day to gratitude is awesome. I challenge you this week to commit at least two random acts of kindness.

Aloha, I was quite amazed when I was doing research about the top ten fears. They were: long words (that being first really amazed me), flying, clowns, heights, death, being alone, the dark, public speaking, commitment and intimacy. Of course, […]

When I first moved to Hawaii I held classes on healing the inner child. Interestingly enough 20 years later when I was asked to speak at a The Center for Spiritual Living in Waikoloa I decided to speak about the divine inner child. Funny how things come full circle.

Recently I was introduced to Amma the hugging saint. I was deeply moved by the love she shows. She will spend up to 22 hours a day hugging and blessing people, an amazing act in and of itself.

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