Yesterday morning I finished a wonderful book called Walking Home by Sonia Choquette. I highly recommend it to you. A few years ago, noted Intuitive, Sonia Choquette had three major blows in her personal life within the space of three years. First she received a call saying that her brother had died. Six weeks
Over the last year and a bit I have been looking for either full-time work, part-time (to subsidize my current 'on-call' work) or contract work (like I've done a few times now). I don't know about anyone else, but I find the job hunt can be demoralizing, confusing and just a great big DOWNER!
How often, how long, how do you, meditate? I've had these questions posed more than once in my lifetime. When I was a church going man it was called devotions. But that didn't make it any easier. For over thirty years I was told that it was essential to either have devotions (when I used to attend a church)
Loneliness! is being called the modern plague. Here are some of the sources I found as I researched this blog post:
In 2010 the Mental Health Foundation found loneliness to be a greater concern among young people than the elderly. The 18 to 34-year-olds surveyed were more likely to feel lonely often, to worry about feeling alone and to
Those who've followed me for a while now will have seen me refer to an event that happened to me back in March/April 2010. I don't think I've shared details like I am about to. Although, I still am leaving out a lot of detail purposely, because that's how forgiveness works! I had really
I sat down at the computer a while ago wondering what I would write today. I know I haven't been very regular at this in the last months. That is just the way it is with the roller coaster ride. Sometimes you're up; sometimes you're down. Sometimes the ride is exciting; sometimes the ride
Just a very few years ago, British Columbia joined other provinces in Canada to create a new holiday (or as it is from the original Holy-day). Today, February 9th, 2015 is Family Day.
Just over thirty years ago (I can hardly believe it) someone stepped into my life just at the best possible moment, and