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        When you create love, that love, you create, lives, and it never dies.  When you create joy, joy lives.  It never dies.  When you create doubt, or fear, or worry, these too, never die.  And that makes it possible to be in the midst of plenty, but still have doubt, and worry, and […]

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          Still your movement.  Quiet your thought.  Speak not, for the words will interrupt the blessings of the moment, as I smile upon all that is of Earth.  Sacred silence announces My Presence, and in the stillness: I speak to the mountains and the valleys; I speak to the oceans, and the deserts; […]

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        Do not take the people you love, your current situation, or circumstance, or the environment around you, for granted, expecting all things to stay the same.  This is rarely true, for growth requires change.  Enjoy the people you love.  Enjoy your current situation, and circumstances, the environment around you.  Celebrate every day, that […]

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          Perspective, gratitude.  Being able to alter your perspective, even ever so slightly, allows you to see what is happening, in a different light.  Gratitude allows you to grow, in the experience, not wanting what is not with you, but being thankful for that which you have.  These, two things will bring, to […]

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          “I AM with you.  I reach-out My hand.  I whisper your name.  I call you to rise-up, and walk, with Me.  Let us walk in the garden, that you know as Earth, and I will whisper, and show you things, talk about the unseen things, which created that which you see.  The […]

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        It requires focus: to live each day, as it is meant to be lived; to celebrate each day, as it is meant to be celebrated; and to be thankful, for each day.  It takes practice.  When you are focused, on dedicating your attention, to the day, with you, then the day, with you, […]

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        Do not diminish who you are, or that which you have, in any way.  It is often the case, that the familiar often is believed to be of lesser value, than it truly is.  If you do not cherish, and value, who you are, and that which you have, then, why should others […]

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