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Breath-blessed

A breath is an invisible gift Gusting into your lungs Time and time again, Seldom even noticed And never fully appreciated.

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Too much me-ing will make life seem meaningless

Meaninglessness happens when nothing becomes the focus of your life. Too much me-ing makes life seem meaningless. We all need a higher purpose than me-ing (focusing on me). Believing some things are morally wrong isn’t judging. It’s paying attention to … Continue reading

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Some thoughts to remedy awe deficiency

Today’s culture suffers from a lack of awe — an awe deficiency. Perhaps we all need to take some time to let the now, wow us with its unnoticed wonder. Analysis minimizes awe. Wonder wallows in it! Without awe life … Continue reading

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What we have here is a failure to appreciate!

Sadness, discouragement, disappointment? What we have here is a failure to appreciate! Without an inner foundation to stand on and a seat belt to secure you in crashes; life can be overwhelming. It’s much easier to be driven by feelings and … Continue reading

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