Just Giving!

This week is holy week in the Christian calendar.  It asks us to remember the life of, and sacrifices made by, the avatar Jesus Christ who came to earth as an incarnation of divine forgiveness and love and was crucified by his people for blasphemy.  I’m thankful for his teachings and for the example of his life.  He was still[…]

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I Surrender!

“For like the olive I cannot be without The sturdy tree; And like the nectar I cannot flow without The blossom at its Source.” -Anita Neilson Surrender: The above quote is taken from my poem In the Garden which I wrote last year at Easter time.  It got me thinking of the issue of surrender.   The more I read and[…]

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Kindness traits in action

This post is for my #healingwordsthu and is an extract from my book, Acts of Kindness from your Armchair. Chapter 6, Kind thoughts, words and acts.  Practice 7:  Kindness traits in action Look at the kindness traits below.   Make a note of each one (*please use free downloadable pdf worksheets to accompany this Practice if you prefer) and beside[…]

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Perfect Reflections

This post is for Debbie Roth’s   #forgivingconnects and my #healingwordsmon and it’s about non-judgement.  Today’s poem is an extract from Perfect Reflections (which will appear in my new book). Show me Your light In the evil deeds of men For dost not evil Merely cover the good in them? Show me Your light In hurtful, vengeful words For dost[…]

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