Monthly Archives: March 2013

Of Signs and Omens and April Fools . . . . . .

There is that within us that searches for signs  – for patterns – for something that gives meaning or validation to our circumstances and plans.  I confess I have always been one to wish for the voice of God emanating … Continue reading

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Of Thin Places in Ones Life

In Celtic spirituality a thin place is a place where heaven and earth are close — the space between them “thin”.  I had no idea that  was what I was about to experience as I walked through the gates of … Continue reading

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A Big Thank You

Thank you to all who have visited my blog spot today. Word Press informs me that of all the days I’ve been blogging, it is today that I have gained the most number of followers. I’m humbled you find my … Continue reading

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Oh! I get it! It’s not the forest; it’s the trees!

You know I’ve been struggling with a loss of momentum and not really understanding how to get it back.  The light came on today.  BOING!! Spotlight on and illuminating what’s different now than three months ago when the momentum for … Continue reading

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The Countdown Is On

Come April 1 I’ll be self-employed.  It’s exciting and scary at the same time.  Here is where the rubber meets the road.  It’s easy to talk about believing when you’re sitting back waiting for some day in the future to … Continue reading

Posted in Becoming Stronger, Belief, Change, Changing Careers, Encouragement, Negative Energy, Positive Energy, Power of Belief, Spring | 3 Comments

Found this great quote today . . . .

Everyone is born creative; everyone is given a box of crayons in kindergarten.  Then when you hit puberty they take the crayons away and replace them with dry, uninspiring books on algebra, history, etc.  Being hit years later with the … Continue reading

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