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I remember when I was a little girl and my elementary school had a wonderful spring celebration called May Day. The entire school participated in this event and the parents were included too. It was a festival of dance, flowers and fun! May Day always ushered in the final stretch of the school year and with it, a sense of the anticipated freedom that Summer always brings. This annual ritual at the height of Springtime created a feeling of awe in my heart as I abandoned myself to the renewing force of life in nature. The simple Maypole dance would elicit utter joy! Now I long for that sweet innocence and sense of delight. I pray today that whatever may be blocking the feeling of enchantment in our hearts be lifted and replaced with a new sense of gladness and magic. Today is a great day to give some flowers to a friend!

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Once again I am reminded to be grateful for what I have, for I never know when something that I take for granted will suddenly be gone. In a yoga class this week, I was struggling to balance on my left foot in the tree pose. Attempting to balance, my weak left side wobbled and I had to compromise the pose. I was reminded of the car accident I endured over 2 years ago that left me injured on the left side of my body. I never really thought about how important being able to balance is until that ability was gone. Now I am consciously working to strengthen my muscles on the left side of my body and come back into a state of balance. How quickly life can change … and the simple things we take for granted become our great gifts. I am so very thankful to be able to do yoga now and to work out in a gym, even with my temporary limitations. Life teaches me that what is important is not what was, but what is and to develop my potential for what can be.

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Sometimes in life we have to wait to see results. I suppose that is why gardening is not my favorite thing to do!  When gardening, we have to be patient to witness the seeds sprout and reach for the sky. This patience also requires faith in the unseen process of growth beneath the soil where the seeds are planted.  As I mature, I am noticing a willingness to allow my life to unfold naturally and more patiently.  I have learned to trust that the seeds of dreams I planted years ago are germinating and growing, whether I can see the results, or not. As a mother of four grown children, I reflect back on the years of hard work and guidance I gave to my kids. Years later, I see my children contributing to the world in positive ways and nurturing their own children. We don’t always get to see the results of our work until years later. Perhaps, I am feeling optimistic today, because I am looking for what is right in my world and I am seeing it!  Faith in the unseen carries me through the barren times of winter and allows me to trust in the promise of spring. I am wishing you all the blessings of a bountiful Spring !

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My inner child revels in the bright red hearts and boxes of chocolates that line the shelves before Valentine’s Day. This holiday, although heralded as a Hallmark work of genius, is actually a very special day. How often do children get to tell their classmates or teachers how much they care? Although the main focus is on romantic love, and surely Victoria Secret makes a killing this day too, there is a deeper meaning intertwined in all the gushy cards and gooey chocolates. The message is one of love. Flowers, dinners, poems and candlelight may seem cheesy to some, but they signify a holy love ritual. Our culture is nearly devoid of sacred ceremonies, let’s keep this one alive. Let’s also celebrate love in all the varied forms that it manifests and remember that Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to reach out beyond our selves and say “I love you”. In truth, we are bowing to the Divine. So give the gift of an open heart today and let a red heart and a chocolate say “I love you”

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Beauty is all around us if we seek to see it. Every day I feel blessed to live on Maui and witness the immense natural wonders. But, I remember times in the past when I was staying in cities and nature wasn't so bold. At those times I made an effort to get outside and walk, even if it was bitter cold . I would bundle up and head out on a quest to find little sparks of nature amongst the buildings and sidewalks. Sometimes I would spot a lazy orange cat curled up in a high window basking in the sun, or hear pigeons talking as they perched on the buildings. I would look for a smile on another's face as I walked through the city. People are beautiful when they smile. By connecting with the beauty around me I was able to let go of the tension of the day and appreciate the specialness of where I was. I invite you to welcome beauty into your life today by buying flowers or smelling the herbs in your spice cabinet. Life is full of everyday beauty if we look for it. We reconnect with our inner essence when we see beauty. Liah Howard

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