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The key to overcoming fear is staying in the moment but how do we do that when fear is screaming at us, demanding our attention?

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Today is the one year anniversary of my Father’s death. I spent quite a bit of time thinking about how I was going to honor this day.

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Here is a video entitled That Leap of Faith.

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Here is a powerful action we can take to help stop the damage from the oil spill. Dr. Masaru Emoto is the scientist from Japan who has done all the research and publications about the characteristics of water.

I love writing. That wasn’t always so but I do now. The other night I was meditating and began thinking about writing my book about angels. For that month I ate, slept and dreamed angels. I had time for nothing else but focusing an angels, saints and deities.

Seems the first Father’s Day card was created 4,000 years ago by a young boy named Elmusu when he wished his Babylonian father good health and a long life by carving the message on a clay tablet.

Fear doesn’t allow us to see the perfection of ourselves and in life. Fear causes us to judge what is rather than embrace it, accept it and love it.

Working with angels constantly reminds me that there is so much more to this world than I can see with my eyes

Allow these images to take you to places within you only your spirit knows. To me these images are the very essence of the feelings I get from prayer and meditation.

As I was meditating this AM I was also wondering how many of the people who voice concern about the oil spill helped create it in the first place

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