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Will our grandchildren be okay?

Will our grandchildren be okay?

By Elizabeth A. Havey This very moment, if I could wish anything for my three amazing grandchildren, it would be their safety. They are strong, smart human beings, but there’s a world out there that...

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How to let family wounds go

How to let family wounds go

Let it hurt. Let it bleed. Let it heal. And let it go. -Nikita Gill Is there anything more painful than family wounds? I don't think there is and I speak from experience. That pain is much like...

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Carpe the hell out of this diem

Carpe the hell out of this diem

One day is worth a thousand tomorrows, Benjamin Franklin aptly pointed out. We only have today, so be here now, Ram Dass advised. In other words, seize the day. Carpe diem. It's all true and...

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Why do we resist a new beginning?

Why do we resist a new beginning?

A longtime friend was recounting how, despite serious back problems (very serious), they injured themselves helping someone move something super-heavy, as in at least a ton. "Why do you do that?" I...

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Why would you want a past life regression?

Why would you want a past life regression?

I love this question because there are so many reasons people call me for a regression. Curiosity Some people are simply curious. That's what brought me to my own first past life regression: I just...

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How to manage the struggle right now

How to manage the struggle right now

So many people are struggling at the moment. No one likes their activities to be restricted and yet the options are stark: eliminate most activities we know and love or looked forward to -- or risk...

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Why you should keep the faith

Why you should keep the faith

Today's message is short and sweet. Keep the faith, because you cannot know what tomorrow will bring. Keep the faith. It's a beautiful meditation for this time and I am hanging on to it. If you're...

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