It spreads happiness 😊
Feelings of hopelessness forced me to look deeply into spiritual teachings which have given me an anchor and learning gratefulness has transformed the way I see my life. That and the love and support of my 3 children.
Eat vegetable and cereal based food, no animal products.
That they may find their true self within. That they recognise they are love and came from love. Therein lies true peace and happiness.
Nothing stays the same. However good or bad a situation is perceived it will change sooner or later.
Things in nature surprise me and fill me with joy, like the woodpigeon that wandered into through the patio doors yesterday and had a good nosey round! I put food out every day so it must have assumed it would be safe to wander indoors not realising that I have a cat!! Fortunately she was asleep upstairs on the spare bed.
And the joy I feel when I am able to realise the spaciousness of Being is wonderful.
Blessings to you all 💜
Beautifully put, Howie. Thank you.
Thank you, Antoinette. This is something I really needed to be reminded of today ❤️
That’s great, Mary Pat. It’s the way I started nearly 5 years ago. One day at a time as it feels right for you. My diet is completely plant-based now and much more interesting as I try out new recipes. Healthier for us, the planet and the animals!
Wow, Carol. Thank you so much for sharing this ❤️
Stay safe through the storm, Annie 🤗
That’s a good idea from Pilgrim. Perhaps you could set up a crowd-funding page for them. We have Justgiving here in UK. I think you have something similar in US.
Good to know I’m not alone, Dusty Su 😂
😂😂 Thanks Holly, I know that feeling!
Thank you for sharing, Ose. It always amazes me how things come to light and we learn valuable lessons from the most unexpected sources. From then on we are able to see things more clearly.
Oh my goodness, Christine, how exciting! My father used to play the piano and the organ. Have a great time! xx
Thank you so much for sharing that, Carol. Just brilliant! If Baruch de Spinoza could see this in the 17th century why isn’t this understood more today 🤔
I found this difficult too, Drew. It eventually accepted my answer of .10 but looks like it was wrong anyway! Hey ho.
It’s a huge adjustment for you to have to make, Samuel. I hope, in time, you will be able to find peace in solitude rather than loneliness ❤️
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