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Watch this amazing video of a man loving others. Love in action Narayanan Krishnan gave up a career as a chef to feed the homeless three meals a day in Madurai, India. With love and aloha, Susan Angels are everywhere […]

Angel of love A while ago I shared the story of three little angels, only one could be chosen to enter the home. When the woman chose love all the angels came in. When she asked why the angels replied, […]

Japan tsunami and earthquake – it’s all perfect???? I was watching the news last night and they showed an image of an old woman and a rescue worker in the midst of the rumble praying. Then they showed an injured […]

We are fully into the second week of 40 days to love. How are you doing? Feeling more loved, loving and lovable? Remember this Lent the only thing you are giving up is misery, suffering and fear!

Having an attitude of gratitude One of the most powerful ways to expand our ability to be more loving is to have an attitude of gratitude toward all of life. Gratitude is a very expansive way of looking at life. […]

Someone e mailed me an article about this song. The other day I was noticing one of my dogs eyes, how pretty and full of love they were. I hadn’t really noticed that before, the absolute devotion and love. Imagine […]

Earthquakes, tsunamis and lots of phone calls What a busy 24 hours it has been, to say the least. The water is still rocking and rolling in the harbors, I understand there are houses floating in the bay on the […]

Sin means to err, to miss the mark When I was 8 or 9 I remember coming home from church one Sunday morning really upset because based on the minister’s sermon I was sure I was going to hell. I […]

Ten simple steps These are ten very simple steps, they are simple but not necessarily easy to remember to do in the moment. As we journey though Lent and the 40 days to love perhaps focus on one step each […]

Let going for Lent A lot of people traditionally give up things for Lent. This year I suggest what you give up is a feeling of separation, self judgment and criticism and exchange them for a profound sense of connection […]

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