Category: Love

Inspiration – Life is Joy

This is a re-blog . To all the heroes our there – Have a joy filled day today. “I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy.” ~ Rabindranath Tagore…

Wishing for Things to be Different

Acceptance of ‘what is’ can be the hardest part of the journey. Doubts, flaws, mistakes and self absorption are part and parcel of life. Yet, how easy to forget, especially in those times when they overwhelm us and highjack our thinking. Wishing for things…

Being Out of Integrity

This is a re-post I found inspiring to me today. Take time to find your middle ground and come home to your Self. oooOOOooo I used to think that when I was out of integrity I was not walking my own talk and my…

Judgment and Love

“If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” ~ Mother Theresa No matter how much many of us think we ‘shouldn’t’ judge, we are so conditioned to do so that without increasing our self-awareness, we will not only judge one another…

Inspiration – Dissatisfaction

“This is the path we take in cultivating joy: learning not to armor our basic goodness, learning to appreciate what we have. Most of the time we don’t do this. Rather than appreciate where we are, we continually struggle to nurture our dissatisfaction. It’s…

Haiku – close silence

~ Nurture, love and healing. Being held in close silence. In your middle ground. ~ I read an article about an older man who volunteers at a local hospital in the ward for premature babies. All he does is hold babies close to him…

Back to Basics – Insights for Women Healers

This is a powerful and touching story from Rachel Naomi Remen, taken from when she talked with a group of American women doctors about treating cancer patients. ” In the discussion after the talk, an internist commented that she would find this work difficult….

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