A Mother’s Unconditional Love

This story is about a mother’s unconditional love for her son. In 2012 Marty O’Connor fell down the stairs and became quadriplegic. His mom quit her job and moved from Florida to California to make her son’s dream come true. For the last 2 years, his mom, Judy, has taken her son to class everyday […]

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When We See Through Dirty Windows Things Don’t Change

Are the windows in your house or car dirty? Or do your eyes glasses need cleaning? Doesn’t it feel great when they are clean and you can see clearly? It looks like a whole new world, doesn’t it? Everything seems fresh, new and happy. It is the same analogy when you look through your eyes […]

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Thoughts Truly Become Things – Change Your I

The last few weeks I have wrote about Anita Moorjani and her NDE, Joel Osteen and The Power of I Am and Mike Dooley and his Notes from the Universe. What do all of these people’s messages have in common? The message is what we think about truly does come into our lives. For Anita, […]

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Inspirational Notes from Mike Dooley

Mike Dooley is a writer, speaker and inspirational leader. He started a business TUT (“Totally Unique T-shirts”) with his mom and brother. After 11 years, they closed up shop and launched TUT (The Universe Talks) which is about living and understanding life. Monday through Friday he sends out an inspirational message, Notes From The Universe. […]

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Book Review – The Power of I Am by Joel Osteen

For those of you who know me, I am an avid reader. I LOVE books! There is just something about holding a book in your hands and falling into a story. The Power of I Am by Joel Osteen is one of the best self-help inspirational books I have read. Many of the ideas that […]

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Inspirations from “Circling The Sun” by Paula McLain

The book, Circling The Sun by Paula McLain, is a historical fiction about a British girl, Beryl Markham, who moves to Kenya in the 1920’s with her family, only to be abandoned by her mother. Raised by her dad and native Kipsigis tribe, Beryl grows into a strong, independent woman. She comes to be the first female […]

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Losing a Parent or Child

I was on a walk this morning and listening to Hootie and The Blowfish’s Cracked Rear View album and the song “I’m Goin’ Home” came on. I have listened to it many, many times but never connected to what it really meant. The song is about losing a mom. I am blessed enough to say […]

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Lessons from “The Shack”

I saw the movie The Shack which is based on a book of the same name by William Paul Young. I left the theater inspired, sad and drained all at the same time. It is a movie about an unthinkable event that even your worst nightmare cannot imagine. But out of this horrific tragedy comes […]

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