Facing Problems and Fears

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Thoughts on Facing Problems and Fears

What is the best way to face our problems and fears? We are told many ways not to face them. Do not dramatize them, as that makes them bigger. Fighting them also makes them worse. If you push them down, swallow them, or run from them that makes them bigger too. Continue reading “Facing Problems and Fears”

12 Pitfalls and Blocks to Personal Growth and Improvements

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Why do so many self-improvement projects fizzle away? The best of our intentions sometimes seem to dwindle away within weeks. Why do we start only to quit? What is it that stops us from improving? Below we will explore a few of the many blocks and pitfalls. Continue reading “12 Pitfalls and Blocks to Personal Growth and Improvements”

Behind Every Problem…

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Behind every problem, there is a question trying to ask itself.

Behind every question, there is an answer trying to reveal itself.

Behind every answer there is an action trying to take place.

Behind every action, there is a way of life trying to be born.

~ Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith

The New Proclamation – I AM Free

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The New Proclamation – I will no longer accept appearances. I will no longer accept the world’s manipulations and lies. I will no longer accept sickness or the sickness others. I will proclaim truth, health, and wellness instead.  Continue reading “The New Proclamation – I AM Free”

Pulling Out Life’s Weeds

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As I pulled weeds listing to an MP3 on Forgiveness this morning, I realized how much working on yourself is like pulling the weeds, They are both something you would rather not do and perhaps only do if and when it is absolutely needed. Yet if you do not work on these things, the weeds will overrun everything and eventfully choke out most of what may be considered good. Continue reading “Pulling Out Life’s Weeds”