To Write Love on Her Arms is an amazing organization that seeks to help people dealing with anything from addictions to self-mutilation to thoughts of suicide; simply and yet profoundly, they offer hope to those in despair.
Their latest campaign asks two burning questions: What is your biggest fear? What is your greatest dream?
When I think about it, I realize just how thin the line is between them. Sometimes that thing we are most afraid of is just the monster guarding the treasure that we seek.
In the story of your life, dream big and fear less today.
A Quote to Live By "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you've imagined." Henry David Thoreau
Whatever you were put on this earth to do, do it today. Don't delay. Don't look back. Run like crazy towards your passion and watch God lay the adventure out before you.
People Who Do Good: A Cake that Makes a Difference Our "People Who Do Good" series has been a blast and I've enjoyed highlighting the stories and lives of everyday heroes. This one comes to us from writer Rebecca Brittingham who traveled to Florida to find a cake-maker with a heart for the less fortunate.
When most people hear the word art, they
The Problem with Pain I’ve heard people say, “How do I get over something if it still hurts?” And yes, forgiveness is key, whether it’s aimed towards yourself or someone else. However, it’s not really the main issue. What people really want to know is, “How do I deal with the pain?”
The problem with pain
Oprah and Marianne Williamson on Super Soul Sunday Photo Credit: OWN / George Burns
We have a number of bloggers and writers here who have been inspired by the writings of Marianne Williamson. Her debut book, A Return to Love, reflected A Course in Miracles for a new generation. She first gained notoriety by an appearance on the Oprah show, and
The Inspiration Report is a Beliefnet blog that focuses on life lessons and stories that bring
us hope, lift our spirits, and make us smile.
In this culture we are all bombarded with negative news on a daily basis. Experts say that
exposure to bad news can dampen our spirits and sense of hope. Beliefnet, a leader in
inspirational self-help on the web, brings you videos and messages that will inspire you to laugh often, love more and live your life to the fullest.
About the author: Jennifer E. Jones is Beliefnet's Inspiration Editor. She's an ordinary lady who loves to see others happy and whole. When she's not writing inspiring features on Beliefnet, she enjoys running, yoga, music and cooking.