24
Apr
2017

Are You Really Broken

So many people think they are broken. Living half-lives of caution and worry — simply because of a thought that they are broken. Oftentimes, they get up only because they have not died in their sleep. They play life small, seldom taking risks, often marinating in the misery of life.

Living like...

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18
Apr
2017

The Compound Interest of Misery

Misery is an interesting emotion. Over the years many miserable people have crossed my path.

Usually miserable people tend to hang out with other miserable people. When miserable people get together, there is almost a contest about who has had the worst miserable experience or who is the most...

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10
Apr
2017

From Dog Run to Dance Floor

My good friend, Judi, has dogs – several dogs. And they live in an area that gets lots of snow during the winter. So, you can imagine their dog run over the winter. That fresh, powdery white snow covers the “landmines” she does not quite get to on clear days. With each snowstorm, the dog run l...

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04
Apr
2017

Moving Back to Love

Jim Pehkonen

Peace and love are at times funny things. It’s like it is playing the ultimate game of hide and seek; if you simply close your eyes and let go, peace and love return.

Let go – can you let go?

The letting go is the critical part. We think that letting go is easy, yet it is the awareness of wher...

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