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Love has no labels

I remember, before we adopted the girls, people asking me if we could possibly love “someone else’s children as much as we would love our own.” The simple answer is that we couldn’t love them more. 166 more words


One Kind Action Will Never Stop With Itself....Start With You And See What Happens......

   Consideration originates from a spot profound inside ourselves, a place that sparkles our inward light outward and lights up another person’s way. I know we are all in this world to help one another; offering whatever to be of service, to bring more happiness, love and meaning to our lives; and to find our way with pure intention and care in our own journeys.   20 more words


Joy and Suffering

Sermon – March 1st 2015

2nd Sunday of Lent (Year B)

By Roland Legge

Genesis 17:1-7, 15-16

Mark 8:31-38


Jesus was now ready to teach to his inner circle. 1,764 more words


For six years I’ve been living in my mother’s house. I’m 67. My mother is 96. Technically the house is now mine. Mother gifted it to me when I left my life in New York City to move to Fort Worth, Texas to look after her. 273 more words

Overcome Bullying with Yoga

I was bullied. I was threatened, shamed, and physically abused through bullying. Now, 33 years old, the pain and disquiet of being bullied lingers. Being bullied can make you feel that someone is watching and waiting to poke a big hole in your balloon, hoping to deflate you. 380 more words


Everyday Women on Being Women

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Love & a “Time-clock” – Glenda, 35, Los Angeles… 632 more words

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