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Refocusing my thinking

Refocusing my thinking

I realize some thing yesterday, my post was pretty negative. I mean just filled with complaints about needing appreciation for doing something for somebody else. A complete opposite from my spiritual practice and what that teaches. It is certainly not about a thank you or someone else’s debt they owe you. You offer help because you can help. Help comes in a lot of different forms not always monetarily. When I realize this last night I was somewhat taken aback….

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The morning stillness

The morning stillness

There isn’t a wind blowing outside which makes the water completely still. This is one of my favorite views. I could easily capture this in a photo because the water isn’t moving in a picture. Now imagine that in person, just complete stillness. There isn’t a boat, a ripple or a current disturbing the top of the water. I have a thing for the quietness of mornings like this. When my dogs aren’t barking, no one is in my house…

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Happy thanksgiving a day for gratitude

Happy thanksgiving a day for gratitude

Thanksgiving. Today is a wonderful day to give thanks for the amazing things you have in your life. Big or small there is something that keeps you motivated and moving everyday. My blog is mostly about multiple sclerosis but there is so much more to my life than my disease and I have so many things that I’m so thankful for. I am so grateful for meeting my ex-husband. For marrying him because through him I received my daughter and…

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The Whale a story of gratitude

The Whale a story of gratitude

…The Whale… If you saw a recent front-page story of the San Francisco Chronicle, you would have read about a female humpback whale who had become entangled in a spider’s web of crab traps and lines. She was weighted down by hundreds of pounds of traps that caused her to struggle to stay afloat. She also had hundreds of yards of line rope wrapped around her body, her tail, her torso, a line tugging in her mouth. A fisherman spotted…

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