Valentine’s Day is a mixed time for many people. For some it’s a lonely time. For others, it’s an anxious time as you wonder how to celebrate a less than perfect relationship (wait, that’s true for all of us in relationships). Many people are jaded because their trust has been betrayed and they have high ... Continue Reading »
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Every act of love sheds light on the world. Loving friends lights up a room. Loving strangers lights up a city. Forgiving those who’ve hurt you lights up the skyline with colors that reflect healing love all over the world. Love most where it is most needed, beginning within, where the source of love and ... Continue Reading »
Memories are a way of checking in with the script playing in your life. Be inspired by happy memories and work at healing difficult memories. Focus on gratitude to harness positive memories and build courage to face traumatic memories. Oscar Wilde said, “Memory is the diary we all carry about with us.” Short term memory ... Continue Reading »
Carol Luebering, an author who wrote a lot about death and dying, said, Forgiveness is not something you do for someone else. It is something you do for yourself. An unforgiven injury binds you to a time and place someone else has chosen; it holds you trapped in a past moment and in old feelings. ... Continue Reading »
I. Screw. Up. (In case there are still a handful of you out there who hadn’t realized) Ahh, that feels better. And I don’t mean just sometimes. No, daily, and most probably hourly if I am to be honest. This motherhood gig is a lot harder than I thought it would be. The wide-eyed optimism ... Continue Reading »
Forgiveness is a lifelong challenge with few easy answers. We all have our enemies and unresolved tensions. A church pastor once asked his congregation if anyone had forgiven all their enemies. One lone hand shot up, an elderly lady. “Mrs. Neely, that is very unusual. How old are you?” “Ninety-eight,” she replied. The congregation stood ... Continue Reading »