What kind of society have we created where kids are killing kids killing their parents babies having babies kids being tried as adults carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders not living the life that was given but living the life that was taken
For every need on your planet there is a solution. For everyone who has excess there is someone in need. Givers and receivers are matched by God so love can continue to flow unimpeded throughout the universe. So when you are in need of anything, a simple prayer will do... "Dear God, I have a need today for comfort. I have a need for this bill to be paid. I have a desire to meet someone special. I need help arriving to work on time."
I love this time of year and I’m always excited to announce the “Thank You Game,” during Thanksgiving week here in the states. Whether you celebrate Thanksgiving or not, saying “thank you” to the people in your life is not only a wonderful way to bring some unexpected kindness to others, it’s also a way to share the wealth of gratitude and to feel the power of connection.
Last week I traveled to New York to teach at the Hay House Writer’s Workshop on Sunday afternoon. When I arrived, I had a chance to meet a few of the attendees before hitting the stage. One young man, Jameal, approached to say hello and I immediately recognized his name as someone I had spoken to several times during my show on Hay House Radio. It’s always so fun for me to put a face with a familiar name and I asked Jameal if I might give him a hug.
The Whole Truth of human being is that we are separate and united. One individual, unique in form and perspective. There is no other like you in the entire universe, for you are the singularity in form, distinctive in All Time. And yet like a drop of water in the ocean, you are interconnected with the vastness that is all around you. Not just the ocean, but all the life within it, the soil that supports it, the air that beckons evaporation and renewal, etc. etc. etc.
Nearly all of the first month of 2010 has passed and I am wondering how you are doing with your New Year's Resolutions. Yes, almost one-twelfth of the year is behind us, and these are the days and times of our lives, whittling away, melting down, disappearing into the mist, and what have we got to show for it that we didn't have before? I mean, what progress have we made? What is different now from the way it was before, say, last year at this time?