It’s amazing how taking a few minutes to be grateful for the people, things and world around you strengthens you. Recognizing the goodness you are surrounded with takes you out of your head and into the moment. It puts things in perspective. It’s powerful. Continue reading
For most of my life I haven’t been willing to believe in anything that I couldn’t prove. I needed cold hard facts because I thought of myself as a rational logical person. Actually, I still do.
Words and phrases like spirituality, affirmation, meditation, mindfulness, fate or synchronicity made me uncomfortable. I quickly labeled ideas like this with terms like “a bunch hooey,” “airy-fairy,” or “new-age crystally crap.” If I was trying to be polite I’d think something more like “That’s not for me,” and not give the idea another thought. Continue reading