Being a human #135 You must find a way to approve of and love yourself. If you don’t like something about you, fix it, change it, so that you do like it. You might even grow to love you!
I love this old hymn. In the multimedia world we live in I was tempted to find it on YouTube. However, I am a word girl. I love the words of this hymn so much I’m breaking my own rule and posting song lyrics. The copyright is listed below. I don’t know about tomorrowI just…… Continue reading Day 97
Mary knew that she was the vessel of the Holy one. The angel Gabriel told her. Did she know that her son would preform miracles? Did she know he would heal the sick and comfort the broken? Did she know he would suffer and give his life for humanity? I believe she did not know…… Continue reading Mary Did You Know?
I pray with you. Your God and mine is the same Blessed Adonai, Ruler of the universe. May the lesson of the candles resonate with us all. May God bless you and yours.
My fellow Americans, no matter who you voted for don’t come at me 6 months from now changing sides. Stick to your beliefs, for better or worse. I will always respect you for being true to your core values.
I started practicing mindfulness. It’s basically turning your mind to what you are doing. Focus on the task at hand. Pay attention in all things. Slow down when walking enjoy the walk instead of focusing on the destination. Chew each bite, focused on taste. Listen to each sound in a person’s voice when they speak…… Continue reading Mindfulness
We could all do with a reminder that it is not eating that is a sin, but gluttony. Not one beer but many that make you drunk. It’s not saving as much money as you can but greed that is dangerous. Moderation in all things, humans. Make it your life rule.
You have no right to complain if you chose to walk a way and now someone else has what you had. If you know what your heart will lose and you choose to leave, that’s on you. Weigh your options carefully.
Days run together like streams converging in the river. I can’t remember what day it is or what my name is. My husband says, “I got you.” Suddenly, all is right in the world.
I’m not perfect. I admit to making mistakes. Sometimes small mistakes and sometimes big ones. Still, I am just a human. I did not make a mistake when I promised him forever. Nor did I mess up when I took his name. My marriage is the best thing to happen to me. I know that…… Continue reading I Make Mistakes