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This information was sent to me many years ago by Fabulous Francesca Martell and is probably from a Science of Mind or Unity publication. “I enjoy an income that I can never outlive, because I can never outlive God.  The […]

From “Open Your Mind to Prosperity” by Catherine Ponder: “You cleanse your mind for prosperity and attract your good by first writing out what you want to eliminate from your life.  By writing out what you want to eliminate, you […]

Lasting success is based on gradual and consistent growth.  Every step brings you closer to your goal. Allow yourself to acknowledge and feel all of your good.  Drink the sweet nectar of your success and let it feed your soul […]

An article in Success Magazine reported, “Psychologists say 68% of people miss out on opportunity simply because they are not awake to it.“  Almost 70% of our population is not taking advantage of the opportunities in front of them. What […]

Small steps add up to big improvements one step at a time.  Be patient and supportive of yourself and allow life to be the way it is.  Make a small change every day and take consistent action.  You will enjoy […]

From Florence Scovel Shinn: “Look back in your life and see how you have attracted either happiness or disaster through your words.  The subconscious has no sense of humor.  People joke destructively about themselves and the subconscious takes it seriously.  […]

                        As you celebrate these holidays of freedom and resurrection, see how its messages guide you. The Golden Rule – Be Kind To Others.  Be kind to every living […]

                        One day in 1983 in a flower shop off Broadway in the east village of NYC, I was having fun picking out flowers like I do every week.  […]

Common story – a friend called as he was in a tough situation with his girlfriend.  Although he is a good and caring person, he couldn’t create and enjoy harmony, intimacy, fulfillment and true communication with his partner – even […]

                    A caterpillar becomes a cocoon.  Then the cocoon becomes a butterfly.  Life’s miraculous process of transformation continues.  Death becomes new life. All of us experience similar moments in our lives.  […]