A bird sitting on a tree is never afraid of the branch breaking, because her trust is not on the branch but on its own wings. Always believe in yourself.” When you were born, you believed in yourself. You knew your purpose. You trusted the Divine. Then it happened…you began to believe in the illusion around you.
* This blog is dedicated to my daughter and anyone who suffers from an addiction, as well as the loved ones that are standing by watching, loving and encouraging them to wholeness again.** The 12 steps are a group of principles, spiritual in nature, that are to be practiced as a way of life for those
"Hunger, thirst, cold, fatigue, your own physical and mental limitations - you will feel all of these. This teaches you about nature, more than that, you come face to face with yourself." ~Willi Unsoeld If your life has been anything like mine over the last year, high and low tides rather than "smooth sailing" has been
“If a problem is fixable, if a situation is such that you can do something about it, then there is no need to worry. If it is not fixable, then there is no help in worrying.” ~Dali Lama Worry = a state of anxiety over actual or potential problems. I will admit it…I am a recovering worry wart.
“To believe in the things you can see and touch is no belief at all - but to believe in the unseen is a triumph and a blessing.” ~Abraham Lincoln I had an amazing experience happen to me this week…I became a Grandma for the first time! Little Noah James came into the world on January 8th
“Oh, God, help me! And I walked faster, my thoughts pursuing me, and I began to run, my frozen shoes squealing like mice, but running didn't help the thoughts to the left and right and behind me. But as I ran, The Arm, that good left arm, took hold of the situation and spoke soothingly:
“Until we see what we are, we cannot take steps to become what we should be.” ~Charlotte P. Gilman Anyone who has coached with me has heard me say over and over again, “We cannot get to where you want to go until we define where you are now.” Many of us have goals. We have