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Are you a sunrise person or a sunset person? I always preferred the evenings. I was one that had trouble falling asleep, but maybe it was the fact that nighttime was my time. It was the time I could be […]

It is so important to find our center in life. We need to find the place where we feel safe and calm. So much in our lives are hectic. There are meetings to plan and attend, there are sports to […]

Sometimes it helps to get a little perspective. When we are only seeing two steps ahead of us, we can feel like things might never work out or that there is not some grand plan. Yet when we look at […]

It is important for us to clear a path for renewal. We do not have to wait for a more appropriate time or more appropriate season. We can start right away. What needs to be cleared in your life now? […]

Where do you find peace? Sometimes sitting by the water can be so peaceful. I love to be by waterfalls, hearing their strong movement, watching the water below move quickly then slowing down. Or do you find peace in the […]

The seasons may be changing around us. The fall leaves may already be down wherever you are. Things may seem like they have come to an end. Yet, we all know the seasons change from one to the other. There […]

When I look at this image, it evokes a couple of things to me.  If you look at it from the center outward, it almost seems like it is a winged creature. Looking straight ahead, it is as if you’re […]

We need to see the light as much as possible in our lives. We need to know there is hope around every corner. Where do you find the little slivers of light? Do you find them within? Do you find […]

Sometimes it is easier to keep tethered to the dock. We want to avoid going out into the water because the water is rough or we are afraid we will not be able to swim. Our faith can act like […]

When I drive through streets and see a church steeple, it helps me remember to say a little prayer or say a little hello to God. It reminds me of my faith and serves as a focal point. No matter […]