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April 2011 Archives

From fearful and timid to curious and courageous I have a lot of Cardinals around here. The other day I watched a mother cardinal teaching her babies to fly. At first they were very timid but in a short amount […]

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Guided meditations made easy Here is a short class/guided meditation about meditating and a journey to connect with the angels and get answers to your questions. It is about 10 minutes long. You can listen here or download it to […]

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I love animals and feel an incredible feeling of love when I am in the presence of whales and dolphins. Here are some videos of dogs and dolphins and the saving of a whale by a dolphin. What amazing animals […]

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What is your truth about love? Is your love conditional, I’ll love you as long as you act in certain ways? Are you expanding your definition about love? How are you doing with love? Do you have enough love? Do […]

Here is a short excerpt from a conversation with River Jordon the author of Praying for Strangers.  Hopefully it will encourage to pray for others. Changing the world one prayer at a time   *The most surprising thing to me […]

I usually write my posts the night before so they are on the Beliefnet site bright and early but this week that hasn’t been the case. We only have two more weeks of 40 days to love. Next week I […]

I will love the light for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness because it shows me the stars. Og Mandino What difference would loving yourself passionately make in your life? Do you suppose angles just […]

I have a labyrinth which I find a powerful way to connect with my spirit. A labyrinth is an archetype of life’s journey where we can have a direct experience of going with and releasing our mind. I am in […]

I was sent a copy of Angels in Disguise by Phyllis Hobe to read. What a wonderful book! It is a collection of stories about animals in their role as angels. I laughed, I cried and read the book in […]

Love is love I was lucky enough to meet the Dali Lama years ago. When he walked into the room tears began to gently slide down my checks, not tears of sadness but tears that came from some where deep […]

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