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Some people seem so reserved, cold, even indifferent. Perhaps they are merely shy, or perhaps they have been hurt and are afraid. I ask myself how I can be more loving. What does that even mean? I am being loving … Continue reading
The “deceiver” dwells where we do not feel our connection with all. The moment you are insensitive to the suffering of another, you open the door for the Dark to enter. Compassion stands guard.
Sarcasm is a cruel sword. It dishonors those who wield its blade more than the intended victim.
Your feelings need not be repressed. They are what they are, part of your human experience. Let them rise like a bubble, free them, learn from them. Then offer them to the Lord, who gave you tears to wash away … Continue reading
Ours is not a better way ours is merely another way know the difference between religion and spirituality one separates the other joins Spirituality is universal without borders with only one rule love all for we are one Do away … Continue reading
Our families can bring our hardest lessons. It is often not easy to love them for they know our vulnerable spots and twist the knife deeply into them at times. When we feel the pain of cruel words and deeds, … Continue reading