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Some People Never Change


No matter how much we hope and wish for and try to inspire a certain person to change, it’s just not going to happen until it’s their time (if it ever comes). I know it gets frustrating, but we have to let them be who they are. What we can do is focus on their positives, lead by example, and continue to improve ourselves. ¬†ūüôā

Silence is Golden


I meditate as often as possible or when I feel I need it which is usually about 20 minutes every day. This daily practice has improved my life tremendously.

If you want to connect to the Source of all creation, meditate.

If you want guidance in your life, meditate.

If you want to quiet your mind and calm your thoughts, meditate.

If you want to be a witness to your thoughts, meditate.

If you want to de-stress and relax your mind and body, meditate.

If you want to improve emotionally, mentally, spiritually, physically, and socially, meditate.

I came across a video that I would like to share with you called, “What is Meditation and Why Should I Do It?” from Oprah’s SuperSoul Sunday:

Happily Ever After


Wouldn‚Äôt it be wonderful if there was a ‚Äėhappily ever after‚Äô ending to all stories?¬†If you are¬†in a relationship or looking for a partner,¬†I have to tell you, a ‚Äėhappily ever after‚Äô ending is achievable. Typically, this type of ending involves a relationship, but even if¬†you are¬†satisfied being single,¬†my message¬†applies to you too.¬† First, let me ask you this, do you want a happy ending to your story? If you answered yes, you can truly make it happen. You may have to do a little bit of work, but it will be worth every second of it.

If you are already in a relationship, take your partner completely out of the equation, so there is no blaming, criticizing, accusing, etc. Do you have a clear perception of yourself? There are probably qualities that you like (strengths),¬†but¬†there are indeed some that need improvement (weaknesses), and¬†perhaps you‚Äôre not even aware of them. Start by assessing your entire self: your character, thoughts, behavior, emotions, fears, habits, doubts, health, appearance, etc. It‚Äôs all part of the package. You have to become who you want to attract in your life. For example, be a good listener if you want people to pay attention to your opinions and beliefs; be more forgiving¬†if you want¬†others¬†to¬†forgive you; show consideration and appreciation toward others if you are looking for respect, etc. Not only will you be helping yourself, but¬†you will also¬†bring out the best in your partner. It‚Äôs a win/win situation. Maintaining balance, self-awareness, and being present are critical¬†in the process for manifesting a ‚Äėhappily ever after‚Äô ending.

I have been evaluating myself for years, and to this day, I still ask myself how can I improve? I am going to have a fairytale ending to my story with my prince charming!

Here Comes 2015!

With 2014 coming to an end, we should consider making plans/goals for the new year.  Some of us are wanting or needing to make major lifestyle changes, while others are perfectly content staying in their comfort zones.  Where ever we are in life, we should always seek ways to improve ourselves and the way we live.  We could lend a helping hand, complain less, be forgiving, eat healthier, exercise regularly, get organized, give more, save more, and spend less, be open-minded and less judgmental, be grateful, and always be kind and loving.  When we practice self-awareness, we can be more and do more to become better.  Best wishes for a very happy, healthy, and harmonious 2015!

Making an Effort

Seneca Rocks

Two people on top of the rock at Seneca Rocks.

When someone is making an effort to improve their life, encourage them! ¬†Give them that little nudge they may need to push forward. ¬†We all love when other people recognize our efforts. ¬†It gives us confidence to want to continue to do more and be more. ¬†Be that positive influence for someone today. ¬†Do what you can to help them, lift them up, and tell them to keep on going. ¬†Let’s¬†help those who are willing to help themselves. ¬†It’s all worth the effort!