Month: November 2017
Go all the way back to blog number 3 if you want to start there. This is November, and in Canada, we honor all the servicemen who fought and died for our freedom. On November 11, at 11:00 a.m., we hold ceremonies across the country, from sea to sea to sea. That may also be written as 11:00.11.11. Sacrificing our lives for good is the greatest sacrifice we can make.
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Talking to God is prayer. Talking to Allah is prayer. The devout Muslims take five times during the day and get down on their knees, bow their head to the ground before them, and pray sincerely. No one can judge you on your prayer and how you pray. I pray when I want to, where I want to, and in the position I want to. I love God, my Father. How you follow your faith is according to . . .
Just watching the current news brings a storm of emotion, even when no catastrophe is visibly happening to you or me. Does your mind often jump from one thought to another? Mine does too. You’re not alone, and I know that’s cold comfort. But giving in is not an option. First of all, if you have been prescribed medications, trust your doctor and take them as prescribed. If you don . . .
Unless kindness is part of your early years, it takes work to make this part of your life. Shifting your thought patterns to nurture generosity toward others and yourself is called a paradigm shift. Part of forgiveness is letting go of negative thoughts about someone who has hurt you emotionally. It’s the change in “thinking” that’s the greatest challenge.
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