YOU MATTER – WHO YOU ARE IS EXACTLY ENOUGH

1. You exist and therefore you matter.2. You were born into this world for a reason.3. And the truth is who you are is exactly enough.4 You don’t need more of you.5. Therefore, accept who you are as you are.6. You don’t need anyone’s approval to beanyone different than who you are.7. Your worth doesn’t depend on otherpeople’s acceptance of you. 8. You have worth just as you are.9. You exist and therefore you are valuable.10. You are valuable not because of what you dobut because of who you are.11. Who you are is special. You matter.12. You have a … Continue reading YOU MATTER – WHO YOU ARE IS EXACTLY ENOUGH

5 IMPORTANT THINGS ON YOUR TO DO LIST

(1) Make the decision to close all doorsthat are leading you to nowhere.Open wide the doors that lead tohappiness, fulfillment and well-being.Choose a path and enjoy the journey.And as you travel, take the time tolisten to nature and admire the rainbows.(2) Write your life story.Much of your story is already written.You can’t change the beginning or part of the middle that is already finished.Work on writing a good ending.Make it your story, not what others think it should be.(3) Be willing to take risks.As you travel down your chosen path,you can’t always play it safe.If you want to reach your … Continue reading 5 IMPORTANT THINGS ON YOUR TO DO LIST

EACH DAY THERE IS A PATH OF ADVENTURE TO ENJOY

Each morning I get up, get my cup of coffee, walk through the sunroom, open the patio door, step outside and view the pathway that leads through the arch and into the woods. I look forward to the ADVENTURE that each day brings. Perhaps it seems unusual, but that’s what I like about this wonderful, crazy life. Each day the path leads to ADVENTURE. I’m never sure where it’s going, but that adds to the mystery, to the joy and excitement of life. I don’t want a package tour. I want to let the path take me to whatever the … Continue reading EACH DAY THERE IS A PATH OF ADVENTURE TO ENJOY

THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME…REALLY!

When my mother was in the hospital, gravely ill, and in pain, I was holding her hand and she said, ”I want to go home.” Home and family meant so much to her and I wish I could have helped her go home one last time. But it was not meant to be. Knowing my mother, though, I think she also meant she was ready to go to her eternal home, the one she often sang about in hymns. One day later she made it to that home. I think there’s a longing for home that lives in all of … Continue reading THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME…REALLY!