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  • Appreciation,  Blog,  Manifest

    be YOU

    In a world of billions of people, be YOU. There is noone uniquely as you are. No one with your perspective of the color of the sky to the sound interpretation of hearing your name. Everything about YOU is Unique. So be that. Be YOUnique. Plus everyone else is taken and if you were them… Well YOU wouldn’t exist because you’d be them. So let the expression of you, in all moments, of your happiness and sadness rip and roar and shine in this world. And when YOU see someone else being that Unique expression of themselves.. SMILE. And remember we are all children in the playground of Earth discovering…

  • Appreciation,  Best Day Ever,  Blog

    The Forecast of Life

    Today Is The Best Day Ever ?️ Sitting here in the waiting room I hear the local news emitting from tvs. I must say the news is not my ‘thing’. There it is, noise in the background of my environment. Being in a space where the news was being broadcast in the past would have been a nuisance and today it has no meaning. I hear it, but I don’t HEAR it. It doesn’t exist in meaning. As I’m writing in my journal I stop as the news switches to the weather forecast. As the lady speaks of the upcoming days of weather I don’t actually hear the prediction. Instead I hear…

  • Blog,  Intuition,  Law of Attraction,  Manifest,  Perspective,  Spirituality

    The Barnes and Noble Sweet Spot

    Sitting there in the gym parking lot, I asked myself “Where to next?”.  Immediately I see an image of Barnes and Noble and think, “okay, I wonder what’s there for me”. As I drive out of the parking lot, I hear ‘go look at books’. Now, you may be thinking, what else would you be doing at a bookstore? This is true, it is a bookstore, but typically when I go there, I go to write and the books are more of a happy addition to the space.   Walking through the entry door I hear ‘Napolean Hill’. Now this isn’t a surprise to me. His name has been showing…

  • Blog,  Health,  Perspective

    A New Direction…

    I remember that morning, waking from my hospital bed. Not recalling what had happened from my non-physical side. I could barely move. What happened. From my perspective then, it wasn’t pleasant. When my surgeon came in, she informed me of the procedure. At 19 I had undergone major surgery. Removal of an organ and partial removal of two others. Unable to sit up or even eat, I pressed my morphine button and drifted back to sleep. The day after my return home I was eager to search the internet of my (western medicine) diagnosis. I found forums of people’s experience with this diagnosis. None of which sounded positive. I read…