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I gave a sermon at our local Unity Church and, after the service, I stayed for a while to talk with members of the congregation. It didn’t take long to discover that, like many in our online community, people are struggling. I listened as men and women shared stories of having to work overtime without extra pay just to keep their jobs, families who are worried about losing their homes, or business owners who have watched their income drop dramatically over the last few months while expenses have increased at the same time.

Cheryl Richardson > What To Do When Fear and Anger Take Over

Our greatest contribution to humanity is made when we make the evolution of our own consciousness our first priority.

I’ve just finished the “I Can Do It” conference here in Toronto and, before I go to bed, I wanted to share some of my notes with you from an extraordinary documentary that was shown at lunch today. The movie was called, Doors Opening, and it’s the story of the work Louise Hay did with men who were suffering with AIDS in the mid eighties. During a time when most people literally shunned these men, Louise welcomed them into her home and her heart, and taught them how to heal. The film is a moving example of the power of love – both self love and the selfless love of a woman committed to being of service. Here are several things Louise suggests we do in order to love ourselves more:

Here's what happens when you turn a problem into a divine assignment.

For six months I was annoyed by the message that kept popping up on my TV: Time to upgrade your equipment, please click here to order.

We’ve all heard it a bazillion times, that a practice of gratitude can heal and transform. But it’s so easy to forget how powerful it is until we stumble upon these moments.

Last week my sister Kerri invited me to attend a lecture at a local library called, “ It’s Not About The Hike.“  Pat and Nancy, gals in their 50?s, started walking on their neighborhood sidewalks and eventually ended up climbing the 100 highest mountains in New England.

Happy New Year! I know it’s the time of year when we make resolutions, set goals, and focus on how we need to grow and change and evolve in the coming year.  But, here’s what I’m thinking…

“We must be completely present for what we are doing, without sacrificing or rushing what’s in front of us in order to get to ‘more important’ stuff later. No matter how mundane the activity, treat everything as important and take pleasure in it.

As many of you know, the creative genius, Nora Ephron died last week after a long illness. Nora was responsible for such wonderful films as Heartburn, When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle, You've Got Mail, and her latest movie, Julie & Julia. While reading about Nora's vast, accomplished career, I came across an excerpt from her most recent book, "I Remember Nothing: and Other Reflections." 

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