Enjoy and radiate in Your Beauty today! Happy Friday, TLT Readers!
I receive a ‘note from the Universe’ in my inbox once a day. Sound pretty quirky? Well, some are. But most, I really dig. Typically, they’re the first email I open of the day. They’re not like quotes, which I often save in a file, but rather fun little words that tend to make me smile. Most are short, succinct little one or two liners. Although some are longer, like the one I’m sharing today. ~~~~ The top 10 things dead people want to tell living people, Leslie, are: 1. They’re not dead. 2. They’re sorry for any pain they Continue reading >>
Please sit back and enjoy this beautiful, inspirational poem by guest blogger Patricia Lynn Reilly. “Imagine a Woman” Imagine a woman who is interested in her own life. A woman who embraces her life as teacher, healer, and challenge. Who is grateful for the ordinary moments of beauty and grace. Imagine a woman who participates in her own life. A woman who meets each challenge with creativity. Who takes action on her own behalf with clarity and strength. Imagine a woman who has crafted a fully-formed solitude. A woman who is available to herself. Who chooses friends and lovers with Continue reading >>
I’ve never been one to take into consideration an action (like riding a bike, for instance) for too long. (Ideas I can ponder for years, but actions are different.) I like to sit back and observe, but then, after I’ve made up my mind, I’m off and running, or pedaling, usually with little or no help. So, the whole concept of asking for help is not very intuitive to me. As I woke up from surgery week before last, still in the recovery room, I remember trying to reach up to scratch my nose. Not only were these cumbersome wires Continue reading >>
Happy Birthday! My dad turned 90 in April of this year. My mom threw him one heck of a party last weekend to celebrate. He was surrounded by all of his family; LOVE filled every corner of their house. As I watched my dad, I wondered what 90-years old will feel like. I found myself looking at his life in terms of thirds: 30, 60, 90. Most of us can do thirds of 10 years old, 20, and 30, but that span is too short for the type of pondering I had on my mind that day. There is something Continue reading >>