Wednesday, June 27, 2007


Last night, my daughters and my new grandson and I were just hanging out talking and enjoying each others' company. Out of nowhere, I got a case of extreme silliness. I started laughing uncontrollably. Tears were streaming down my face. Then the girls were involuntarily pulled into this silliness and they began to me! That evolved into laughter from them because they were now feeling goofy as well. Within 10 minutes, we were begging each other to STOP because our jaws hurt. What a gift laughter is! What a feeling to be light and silly at any age. What a universal shift toward love and peace there would be if we all laughed from the gut a minute every day. Let's try it!

Monday, June 25, 2007

New Life

A few days ago, my daughter gave birth to an exquisite little boy weighing in at 8lbs. 3oz. That blessed event made me a first-time grandmother!!! Something else spectacular happened that afternoon. I witnessed a ripple-effect of new life spread throughout the waiting room when it was announced that he had finally arrived. The joy was uncontainable. The flow of positive energy was unstoppable. Adults that hadn't slept all night were suddenly filled with vigor. If a tiny baby who doesn't know anything about anything can create that kind of response by simply 'being', think what joy you could spread knowing that you CAN. Each of us has the potential to spread that kind of joy everyday. All we need to do is 'be' the miracle that each of us truly is and our very presence will set off a ripple effect of love to whoever crosses our path. Be totally alive and spread some joy today!

Thursday, June 07, 2007

Take action to love yourself

I listened to a live teleseminar last night on synchronicity and the law of attraction. All the information was valuable; however, there was a couple of points that were made that really stood out for me. One was, in order to be successful when attracting a partner, we must FIRST truly love ourselves. My first reaction was, "Of course, I love myself"! Then, I started to dig into that idea. I realized there are many things I do and thoughts I have that are not strong arguments that i love myself. One is saying, "Yes" when saying, "No" would be in my best interest. So, I am going to express love for myself by respecting my physical and emotional needs and saying, "No" when "Yes" would not be in my best interest. Do you really love yourself? How do you know? Be good to you! You deserve it!
Another point, another day!