Posts Tagged spirituality

The Last Gift

Nov 2nd, 2014 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »

Thinking back to good times

When I think back to times in my life that were good I think of when my children were young; running throughout the house laughing as
the squeaky screen door slams and I follow them leaning out of the door saying,

” Don’t stay too long on the beach, it is almost time for dinner.” and they giggled, “Okay mom, don’t worry, we will be back soon.”

Fall days are close to my heart

Fall days are close to my heart

Grateful moments

Oct 23rd, 2014 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »

“I am grateful that I have lived as long as I have, ” said a friend of mine recently while we were talking about how old we were getting

In the late fall there is stillness in the air

In the late fall there is stillness in the air

It is the time in your life when you sit back and say,

” I value every moment.” Someone once told me that every day over 80 is borrowed time, so every moment counts.

And when you start living now, taking the time for yourself, you will understand what I am talking about.

Love

Oct 21st, 2014 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »

Passion of romantic love

You have the key to believe in yourself and others

You have the key to believe in yourself and others

When romantic love comes into your life there is so very much to do. Finding its way into every avenue of your being, you become close to someone in a way you thought was never possible. And you do not have to struggle at first to keep this new love afloat. It has its own momentum and it feels so good to be around someone who cares so deeply for you. You form a bond of trust that is unbending and your passion keeps you there for many years. Do not forget to tend to the roses which helps to keep the passion alive.

Asking you

Oct 18th, 2014 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »

Wanting to ask you for a long time questions that I cannot ask others, and there you are, in the dancing trees.

You are in the dancing trees

I used to be able to go to you when I needed answers to questions.

You  always had a way of making things less of a problem because you did not give advice; allowing me to chatter on until I found my own answers. Only once you said to me,  “I hope you begin to accept things in life.”

And every time I think of you I remind myself that acceptance is always the first step to any difficulty that I am having because struggling with any moment can bring about sadness and anger that does not help any circumstance.

Riding through the wind

Oct 6th, 2014 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »

Through the windy days

Physically riding on a bike through the wind is difficult and as I take my daily bike rides I find that pushing through it can be a chore but when it ends I feel good enough for another round.

As the windy days of fall approach with the rain and chilly weather, many people begin to feel a pull downward in their mood. Large doses of Vitamin D have been the course of treatment for some who have very low Vitamin D levels but for the rest of us, getting outdoors even when you do not want to maybe the best form of prevention work in the colder months ahead because even on dreary days there is some sunshiny behind the clouds!