Posts Tagged ‘want what you have’

Have What You Want or Want What You Have?

July 28, 2009

person-extending-arms-in-gratitude-on-the-beachInstead of worrying about having what you want, you will be happier and more peaceful if you focus on wanting what you have.

What does that mean? You look for and appreciate the gift in every possession, every encounter, every situation.

You trust that whatever shows up in your life has been uniquely designed by divine intelligence to bring you one step closer to who you are capable of becoming.

You humbly acknowledge that you will only be given experiences that are appropriate for your present circumstances, your life’s purpose, and the level of your consciousness.

You recognize that everything that comes your way presents an opportunity to (more…)

Work Through Your Relationship Grief

September 27, 2008

Last summer, my marriage ended. I didn’t want it to, but the gap between our lifestyles kept widening, and splitting up soon became the obvious course of action. I was heartbroken, but from the start I recognized that there was great value in my grieving process.

I’m sharing what I went through in the hope that the process that helped me recover relatively quickly may offer some comfort to others who are hurting. It took me four months to heal, which is far better than four years . . . or forever. You can recover from a broken heart. You can heal. You can be whole again.

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