When I was a young mother, my dearly beloved Mother-In-Law shared with me a quote from Father Theodore Hesburgh, the former President of the University of Notre Dame. Father Hesburgh said, “Take a stand whether it be wrong or right; take a stand. There is no greater place in hell than for those who do not take a stand.” Now, I don’t believe in hell but I do believe in taking a stand.
When I’m on my game, I have big energy and could probably move a mountain. But when I’m off my game, I am drained, exhausted, and spent. There are no mountains moved, only gazed at longingly. I do love the Arizona mountains. Do you have on-game and off-game days? Have you considered why?
When I was a young woman, I had a boyfriend who was going on a trip. Before he left, he gave me a card to open up everyday while he was away. That was the sweetest gesture a man has ever done for me. The love day is fast approaching. Who doesn’t love celebrating love? I know I do. Sometimes we confuse love with attachment. Is your love real love or attachment only?
So many people spend their time and energy searching for inspiration in the wrong places or waiting for it to magically appear one day. Inspiration will come to you when you actively search for it. This article is about generating inspiration if you’re in a creative rut and four powerful ways you can start doing that today.
This time of year, most of us are full of goodness that we want to share with people around us. As I share my holiday wishes for you, I am grateful for you being with me this year and for what you do for yourself and others. Your growth is inspiring! So as you go through the holidays, I wish that…
I was listening to Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of Eat Pray Love. She was discussing her success with Eat Pray Love and the daunting task of writing a new book. How could any new book compare to Eat Pray Love? Elizabeth wanted to quit after that big success. Instead, how did she find her way back home.