Why Me?

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Dec 172010
 

Why Me, we ask when undesirable circumstances hit?  Why does this happen to me all the time?  These statements trigger our brains to find answers.  Often we conclude, I am not good enough, or I can never be who I want to be or some other negative statement supporting the situation.  These are poor questions, […]

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Nov 112010
 

In Flanders Fields – 21st Century Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, a medical doctor and poet was recognized for his famous poem from World War I.  Perhaps on this day, November 11, 2010, the most recited poem of our time.  As we move into the 21st century, consciousness and the evolution of the human race has […]

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Breakthrough

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Aug 092010
 

Breakthrough your toughest circumstance with a change of view on your outlook on that circumstance.  Tony Robbins has been working diligently on a half dozen television shows over the last year in conjunction with the NBC network in the USA.  Two of the six shows aired over the last couple weeks and reached six million […]

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Jan 312010
 

About those New Year’s Resolutions!  So, are you still following through with them or have some been tossed aside?  With the Laws of attraction, you attract that which you focus upon.  If the resolutions were important to you at the time you made them, are they still important now?  If they are important and you […]

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Dec 262009
 

Christmas has passed once again.  The season is still alive and ongoing, but the big day has taken it’s course.  For many, Christmas is not joyful and perhaps my message is for them.  We are where we are each moment of each day because of the choices we have made in the past.  Whether we […]

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Mar 012009
 

More on words we use everyday.  I can’t say this enough.  We need to begin keeping track of our tongues.  I know people who are not able to complete a single sentence without profanity spoken at least once.  Our permissive society has allowed this I suppose as a freedom of speech, and as much as […]

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