We want to be kind to others, value friends and care about them. Do we put others first even if we get exhausted? Now we want to offer generosity and kindness while balanced in self-expression and excellent self-care. How can Forces of Good offer clarity about this piece of relating? Continue reading →
Sometimes we might tell a story of our predicament that scares us. Instead, we now realize we can have more trust in the Forces of Good that pour down and through us always. There is a pony of success in this barn of unwanted waste. Read about Eleanora’s situation and turn around.
Eleanora found herself with a urinary tract infection, a circumstance she found distressing. Western medicine usually prescribes an antibiotic for treatment of this condition. Read on Continue reading →
In How to Think like Leonardo da Vinci author Michael Gelb points out how daVinci recommended juggling to fuel his genius. He found pausing got his mind and body working differently from the way it had while doing his task. Juggling switches … Continue reading →