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Tag Archives: joyful living
The other day I ran across a quote in the book A Course in Miracles: “…to forgive the world for the mistakes I made.” Now I know some people consider A Course in Miracles heretical or demonic, and I’m not here to … Continue reading
For many of us, when we think of Love, of falling in Love, of Loving someone, we think of the feelings we experience: the highs and lows, ecstasy and despair, passion and desperation. Love is heady and often unrealistically presented … Continue reading
It’s becoming a tradition to discuss holiday expectations in the Job Seekers Group. Usually it’s sparked by a commercial for some over-the-top gift, like a new car. The unspoken message we hear is that giving this gift is the best … Continue reading
November’s exercise in gratitude brought to mind a couple of interesting things. It’s been suggested that love is a form of deep appreciation for something or someone. Deep appreciation is akin to gratitude, so when we are expressing gratitude, it … Continue reading