Archive | November, 2013

Don’t stand and weep

30 Nov


Don’t stand and weep

This is my all time favourite poem by Mary Elizabeth Frye. A friend sent it to me when my mother passed.

Don’t stand beside my grave and weep,
For I’m not there, I do not sleep.
I …

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Nothing to fix

29 Nov

The conclusion I came to a long time ago is, “we don’t have to be fixed to be healed.” We must be flexible enough to bend to what life throws at us, not the other way around. Having a certain belief doesn’t take away pain, stress or illness we may have to deal with in the future, but it allows us to understand.

Having to cope with an illness, challenge or a disability doesn’t mean we’re broken or damaged. It’s just something we’re born with. We’re human having a human experience and that means we’ll …

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Understanding the signs

28 Nov

Although we’re not always akin to understanding how the universe works, I believe the universe sends out pointers to help us work through certain situations.

I remember an incident many years ago through work, where it didn’t matter what I did, I never seemed to be able to please my boss who would fly off the handle at every opportunity. I had to be …

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Ignorance & wisdom

27 Nov

Something inspirational:

“To know you are ignorant is the beginning of wisdom.”


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Our hang-ups

26 Nov

If we were to understand how we could be more comfortable in our own skin, our hang-ups wouldn’t seem so daunting and we’d get through our issues a lot quicker.

Unfortunately, whether we’re in our teens or in our twenties, it’s not always easy for us to understand the significance of our twenties in our teens and the significance of our thirties in our …

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25 Nov

Whether we like it or not, we are surrounded by equipment in our homes and at work that produce electromagnetic fields, or EMFs. EMF stands for ‘electromagnetic field.’ An EMF is a force field around an object that has an effect on an object within its field.

Devices emitting EMFs include microwave ovens, laptops, tablets, cordless telephones, cell phones and phone masts and electricity pylons. There are two types of EMF – the first is known to be …

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Why we must dream

24 Nov

Something inspirational:


“If you don’t build your dream, someone else will hire you to help them build theirs.”


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Sewing a seed

23 Nov

As a child I said very little. I wasn’t encouraged to think for myself, so I thought more than I said. Years on, I do things very differently. Sewing a seed is a thought we set in motion, a thought that will take root, possibly grow and blossom into something that takes place and bears fruit.

That thought should eventually have a much greater impact on that person’s life, but they won’t necessarily understand or know that at the time the seed has been planted. These thoughts tend to have …

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Problems for parents

22 Nov

Usually when children are young they have small problems and therefore their problems will always seem easier.

It may be that when children grow into adults, parents find it difficult to help their children with their problems, because they’re dealing with adult problems. That part for any parent isn’t easy and …

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How we learn

21 Nov

Something inspirational:

“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”


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