While I enjoyed Thanksgiving festivities with my wife’s family (missing 4 so 18 staying and celebrating together over the holiday), my Vemma boxes arrived. Yesterday, I popped them open and started taking Vemma – expecting great results. Nutrition labels tell a great story. The proof will be in energy levels and great doctor visits over the coming days and months.
Okay so I didn’t go to bed. I am aware that I am fighting myself and this process. I am really struggling with vulnerability and what that means. I can’t get past the belief that vulnerability and weakness are one in the name. It really doesn’t matter what I was taught or why I have that belief system. What matters is that I accept it, change it and live the rest of my life differently.
Spirit Dad: Sounds like that makes you angry. You got it intellectually again, but Mary look at the heart and see with the heart. The same as you would with anyone else, do for yourself.
Mary: When I do that, I don’t like what I see and then I don’t like myself and then I reject myself and I call myself names.
Spirit Dad: That is productive.
Mary: How does one get okay with vulnerability? …
View original post 2,150 more words
Haanel this week offers, Your life is governed by law – by actual, immutable principles that never vary. Law is in operation at all times; in all places. Fixed laws underlie all human actions.
I wish he provided an explicit example of at least one ‘fixed’ law. He could use deduction.
It is well, however, to remember that while every effect is the result of a cause, the effect in turn becomes a cause, which creates other effects, which in turn create still other causes; so that when you put the law of attraction into operation you must remember that you are starting a train of causation for good or otherwise which may have endless possibilities.
This suggests that essentially there is only effect, effect, effect… for nearly all events!
…like attracts like in the mental world, and that the thought which we entertain brings to us certain friendships, companionships…
View original post 1,566 more words
One of my all-time favorite movies for the holidays is The Muppets Christmas Carol. I believe I’ve seen this movie a few hundred times. I’ve worn out three VHS tapes and at least three DVDs. I play the movie over and over, mainly because, well, duh, MUPPETS! I drive my husband nuts playing this movie over and over…and over. I’m worse than a three-year-old.
But, Muppets aside, also I can’t get enough of the music. Also, I love the story of A Christmas Carol no matter how many times I see it, no matter how many renditions, and I am certainly not alone. Charles Dickens’ story of a redeemed miser is a staple for holiday celebrations around the world and across the generations.
This story is virtually synonymous with “Christmas,” but why is it such a powerful story? Why has it spoken so deeply to so many? Why is…
View original post 1,809 more words
Quality assurance testing your website can often mean the difference between a qualified lead and an uptick on your bounce rate. Website speed, frontend functionality, working E-mail contact forms, and mobile friendliness all coalesce into a great website. More importantly, it becomes a website thatthat both search engines and consumers love. Google in particular has been leading the charge with rewarding websites that prioritize user-friendliness. Imagine the business – and the rankings – you could be losing out on if an opt-in is broken and you don’t even know about it.
See on www.business2community.com