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“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” – Thomas Edison I often tell my students not to quit just before the miracle happens. So often people do […]

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When fear knocks it really is simple don’t answer. All of our fear is caused by our thoughts. When  our first fearful thought rises to the surface don’t feed it with more fearful thoughts. Of course once we start that […]

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Motivation in the traditional sense often comes from a fear-based place. It is an activity that originates in our mind. It is often based on a judgment or attitude of scarcity or self-doubt and seldom comes from a place of […]

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Just before I went to bed last night I wrote a short post about asking to see events through the eyes of the angels. In passing I mentioned the events in Joplin. When events like that happen I watch the […]

Here is a story I dearly love. I posted it several years ago to my blog. I am not sure of the origin of the story, if you know please let me know. It deeply touched me and since we […]

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 […]

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 […]

Love or fear The best way I know to banish fear is to reach out in love. I have long been an advocate of random acts of kindness. One of the ways I look at all events in life is […]

Top Ten Fears When I asked my readers what areas of their life they had the most concerns about, the top ten were: economy relationships romance jobs health spiritual connection prayer and meditation retirement personal happiness finding their life’s purpose

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 […]

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