Everyday Wisdom #69

Simple but wise advice on meditation.

Everyday Wisdom #69.



I feel so incredibly blessed, and so grateful.

For the wonderful things currently happening in my life.

It’s hard to even put into words, but I’ve been reminded recently of how wonderful the universe is, and even if you go through hard times (sometimes very hard times), there is always something better waiting for you.

This post by my lovely friend Nicole, on patience and right timing, also resonated with me this week.

In her post she reminds us “You ARE supported and well-loved, and there IS a magic and a wisdom to the way things unfold for us.”

I truly believe this.

The past 10 years, and the events of last year particularly after my husband left, were unspeakably difficult and challenging.

However I have now found happiness that I never knew could be possible.

I feel like everything I went through was worth it – because as…

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The Truth Warrior


Wouldn’t it be a fantastic world if we all fully trusted ourselves in every moment.  For me it would be a world whereby I really love myself and have the confidence and the belief in myself to be who I really want to be in the world.

This blog is one small step towards who I want to be in the world. The reality at the moment in my life, is that I would love to trust myself more….

So what is having complete trust and faith in ourselves?

For me it is having the confidence and the belief in myself to be who we want to be in the world and to take action towards what I want. When we fully love ourselves, we completely trust ourselves. The two are like peas in a pod. The more we love ourselves, the more we trust ourselves.

In my experience, the only…

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Wisdom On Humanity From Dalai Lama

“When asked “What thing about humanity surprises you the most?”, the Dalai Lama answered:Photo by Daniel Wildman

“Man…. Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.”

Dalai Lama XIV

We get so caught up in the whirlwind

One Lifetime

"Where there is love there is life."  Stop, look around and see all the faces around you and embrace the love you have for them. Life is way too short to allow work to completely consume you and your life, we need to maintain balance or we wont survive long at such a heavy and fast pace. We must constantly remind ourselves of what is our true priority, the health and happiness of ourselves and those we hold dear. No money, company or idea is more important nor greater than those we love and the love we share with them. Even friends are an important part of the balance we keep. We need our friends to help keep us sane and give us an escape from work and home once in a while. Though getting and giving your spouse and children everything money can buy is nice but not at the price of never seeing them…

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Gratitude for Wonderful Bloggers and Appreciation for Awards

I’m exceedingly grateful for the nominations from Erin at Bella Bleue Healing, Health, And Inspiration For Your Life (http://bellableue.com).  Erin is a tremendously talented and inspirational writer whose blog is a “Go To” source for me.  Her perspective on Life and living is joyous and fresh; and she is not afraid to share struggles she still faces with a bold heart and a positive attitude.

I will be passing on nominations for the Reader Appreciation Award and Sisterhood of Worldwide Bloggers Award in the near future (as is the custom for all nominees).   In the interim, however, I hope you will visit and browse around Bella Bleue and the other exceptionally inspirational blogs mentioned in the post below.

Gratitude for Wonderful Bloggers and Appreciation for Awards.