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Dancing In the Kitchen

Well, it's been another busy week. I have been intently concentrating on reading, a ton of writing and my coaching calls. When I put a lot of time in during the week for what I want to accomplish, I make sure I take at least one day to let loose and have fun. And so I did yesterday. Saturday was a day for the errands I can't get done during the week. Even with these 'must do' errands, I made an intention to really enjoy my time shopping, unpacking the parcels and preparing dinner. Rather than rush through the preparation quickly moving to the so called down time afterwords, I made unpacking my parcels and preparing dinner my down time. Instead of being in the hurry, hurry, let's get to the next step mode, I was in a relaxed state doing the chores that could even be regarded as tedious.

After shopping with the crowds, when I got home, I unpacked the parcels of groceries and such, and turned the radio on. I took a big, deep breath and started the process. Ch…

Heroes

"Heroes take journey's, confront dragons, and discover the treasure of their true selves."

~Carol Lynn Pearson

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Love In Relationships

Let there be spaces in your togetherness.
And let the winds of heavens dance between you.
Love one another, but make not a bond of love:
Let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls.

~Kahlil Gibran

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Use What You Need and Let Go of The Rest

Imagine yourself as a chef in an extremely well-stocked kitchen that contains every imaginable ingredient. And as you proceed, there are many ingredients that are not appropriate for your creation, so you do not utilize them, but you also feel no discomfort about their existence. You simply utilize the ingredients that will enhance your creation -- and you leave the ingredients that are not appropriate for your creation out of the pie.

Excerpted from Ask and It Is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks (The Teachings of Abraham).

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The Illusion of Tomorrow

The Illusion of Tomorrow
The greatest illusion is tomorrow. Commit with simplicity and determination. To find the truth is to find the peace. All war is an expression of what is going on within us. Take the journey back home where you will discover who you are, the way you were meant to be. Don't paint tomorrow. Don't paint yesterday. Paint today! 
All we have is today. We really don't know what can happen from now till then. So do what you need to do and say what you need to say. Have goal, pursue dreams, but stay present to where you're at so that you can "see it."
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