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Today I commit to love. You may be asking, “What does that mean?” Sometimes in life my first impulse is react unkindly rather than respond lovingly. If when I am upset by something, I take a minute to breathe deeply and pray for love to be present, then I interrupt the old patterned way of reacting from fear, anger or judgement. I quickly ask myself, “What would love do in this situation?”  When I am willing to step aside from my ego driven personality, with all its frailties of insecurity, judgements and fear and call in love instead, I become a conduit for the divine and can make a more conscious and loving choice about my response. Love is kind. Love is open and patient and tolerant. In my heart I know that love is what I am here for. Now is always the best time to choose love. With love as my guiding compass I make choices that support connection and build bridges with people rather than burning them. Today I commit to love. I invite you to join me.

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I have heard it said that life is our mirror. The metaphysical meaning behind that statement, might imply that if there is a lot of chaos going on around me, then I must be in turmoil within myself. But on closer inspection, I have discovered that when I am truly peaceful within myself and there is drama or upset around me, that the universe may be using me as stabilizing point for those I love to come back into balance. I can mirror their higher self of peace and faith even when a situation may seem as though upheaval is all around. Their upset may represent my state of distress when I have forgotten that there is a loving and divine plan in place and all is well but when I am in a place of trusting life and what life is bringing to me as an opportunity for spiritual growth then the panic never has a chance to dwell in my heart. May we all strive to mirror the very best in one another.

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Halloween is just around the corner and the stores shelves are full of scary and magical costumes to frighten and delight the child within each of us. There is a delicate balance between the dark and light forces of the universe that gets a bit tipped on Halloween. This sugar laden holiday is an opportunity to revel in excess and to allow oneself to express their monstrous selves in a ghoulish setting, of parties, parades, Trick or Treating and haunted houses. Yet, on a lighter note, one can choose to be a mythical unicorn or a super hero and give flight to the fantasy of being immortal and having supernatural powers! The next day, the natural balance between the shadow world and the world of light is reestablished and all is well, though some may suffer from a sugar induced hangover.

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Today I had an experience that reminded me that angels are among us and will intervene in diverting tragedy when appropriate. My 3 month old puppy got away and ran down the street into a busy road. I heard horns honking loudly and panicked to think she might get struck by a car and I would lose her forever. I dashed down the road towards the blaring horns and there in the distance I saw her. She was frozen in the middle of the road, terrified with traffic stopped in both directions. A kind man in a blue shirt had pulled his big construction truck over. He was down on his knees calling to this sweet tiny puppy with her pink collar on. But she couldn’t move. When I rounded the corner and saw that she was alive, I called to her. She darted towards me with frenzied delight. I cried when she jumped into my arms. The relief I felt was immense! The man comforted me and assured me all was OK. I felt like I had been touched by an angel through the kindness of this Good Samaritan and that angels had watched over my little one. Needless to say, I will not be letting this little pup out of my eyesight again unless she is in a safe place.

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My grandson just started middle school. His excitement for being in a new school was tremendous. When I asked him how he liked his new school after the first day he exclaimed with delight “I loved it!’ “Wow”, I thought! “Such enthusiasm for learning is refreshing.” He made new friends, processed new information and most importantly he kept his mind open to new ideas and ways of doing things. The gift of youth is still in his favor. He is flexible and adaptable. How can we as adults recapture the malleability of youth and stay “teachable”? Perhaps the answer, is to be willing to try new things and to let go of the old ideas about how life should be. When we cultivate an attitude of excitement about the unknown rather than fear or dread, we may just find that life brings us amazing surprises.

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