Peaceful Things

Gena Livings and GenaLivings.com published the following article several weeks ago. Gena is a health coach, author, and artist – truly a peaceful loving soul. Her art accompanies this article. Here is the link to her new art gallery. http://www.genalivings.com/store/ Peace is important – to enjoy life on planet earth – for all life on this planet to experience balance, harmony, acceptance, and love. At some point in my life, I chose to turn away from chaos and live in peace. I wanted to feel physically calm and rebuke fear, worry, and anxiety and embrace the truth of who I…

Fulfilling the Dream

I write because I must. My work bubbles up inside and cries to be set free. Writing sometimes serves as quiet meditative creative time. It also is a way of reaching far more people than I can reach any other way. I love all aspects of my work, and consider myself to be very fortunate. In 2008 when I was writing Pathways to Wholeness, I began receiving spiritual messages that guided my writing and contributed to the content. I’ve realized that writing and teaching are part of the reason why I am alive at this time in history. Part of…

I Choose a Joy-Filled Life

Joy feels like love! Joy is about the most amazing energy there is. We fly high, spirit souring, infused with a smile, laughter, and pure delight. Our feet don’t touch the ground, and our heart is the heartbeat of the angels. I choose joy! Don’t you? What are the alternatives? Sadness? Grief? Never ending exasperation? I decided I did not like the heavy thoughts and the even heavier experiences created by negativity. One day when I’d had enough – when I’d healed enough, when I was able to have another vision of life, when I realized I was loved from…

I am Worthy

It is time for honesty. I spent a greater part of my earlier life believing that I was not worthy, and I felt my family would be happier if I did not exist. My mother was 17 years-old and unmarried when I was born in her childhood bed with an old country doctor in attendance. It was a traumatic experience for all, including me. As far as I know, my mother never disclosed the identity of my birth father. And, my great grandmother, who lived across the dirt road, saw my birth as shameful, my mother as immoral, and my…

Do Something

“If not me and you then who?” ~Matthew West I’ve been doing a lot of traveling and doing a lot of flipping between radio stations trying to stay mentally occupied by listening to talk radio and music I enjoy. I stumbled onto Matthew West’s song Do Something and it touched me and awakened me. I put his YouTube video along with an amazing Do Something story within the post. I hope you’ll watch it. Do Something: A Video by Matthew West What will I do to change the world for the better? What issues or causes am I passionate about?…