Exciting news! My new book, Reaching for Orange: Practices, Visualizations, & Blessings to Help You Happy Up Your Life, is now for sale at the counter of Common Ground Community Kitchen!
Locals, I highly recommend lunch at Common Ground, where they serve really delicious plant-based lunches. They sell out quickly so it’s best to pre-order before 11am. Sign up for the weekly menus here: Common Ground Weekly Menus.
Thank you so much, Peggy and Mychele!! 🙂 🙂
Bright Blessings to All Beings!
May you feel the warmth of the divine sparks within you.
May you cultivate gratefulness for the small joys of your life.
May your weekend be blessed with kindness.
May you embody gentleness.
Colorful Autumn photo by MabelAmber on Pixabay.
Greetings, dear readers!
I’m excited to share that I am now on Pixabay! Even though I am an amateur photographer (and currently only have my Happy Tablet for my photo-taking habit), I so love taking photos that I decided I might as well try to have a portfolio… And today I found out that they accepted a couple of the images I uploaded!
This certainly happy’d up my mind on a very difficult fibro day! It was such fun downloading my own creations! I’ll share the photos here below… Autumn in Indiana! 🙂
With gratitude and delight,
Autumn photos by StarFireTeja on Pixabay!
May you cultivate the gratitude vibration each day.
May you enjoy the fruits of living with awareness: the fruits of being conscious of each holy step and of each rich moment.
May your weekend be blessed with an abundance of joyful moments that you can gather up to treasure in your mind and heart.
May you harvest happiness!
To receive more blessings, please order a copy of my new book, Reaching for Orange: Practices, Visualizations, & Blessings to Help You Happy Up Your Life, available on Lulu and Amazon!
With hope and happiness,
Pumpkins photo by Hide Obara on Unsplash.
According to the Free Dictionary by Farlex, “the elephant in the corner” is defined as “An obvious truth or fact, especially one regarded as embarrassing or undesirable, that is being intentionally ignored or left unaddressed.”
Are there any “elephants in the corners” in your home, workplace, or social groups (including on social media)? If so, you might like to consider shining the light on the elephants in the corners! If you do not feel comfortable verbally speaking your concerns, then you could craft clear and compassionate emails to voice your truths in writing. These actions can bring about much understanding, clarity, healing, peace, and resolution.
Shine the Light on the elephants in the corners, and breathe the wonderful cleared air!
Let me know how it goes! 🙂
Lots of Love to Everyone,
Awesome photo of elephants at sunset in Botswana by Jordan Heinrichs on Unsplash.