Don't hold it in. When you feel excitement, joy, happiness, playfulness let it out. Let others share in your delight. It just might brighten their day too!!
Photo by Christophe Schmid
Friday, November 25, 2011
|Black Friday Crowd, or Lynch Mob?|
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
|Gratitude with Attitude.|
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Joyful Couples Contest
This book is about sharing with others. It is about sharing a quick story, special moment in your relationship or a quick tip on how you keep your relationship alive. It is great fun to fill out a couple pages of your own story and then add other couples' stories/tips. You can write their stories or have them write it in. It is a great book as a wedding gift, anniversary gift or shower gift! And, right now it could win you a $100 gift card to Amazon.
Rules: Simply get your copy (only pay $.01 plus shipping & handling), fill it with your story and the stories of others (family, friends, co-workers) and mail the completed copy back to us. You have until January 15th for it to reach us. We will have a drawing (from those who returned us a completed/filled out copy of Joyful Couples) on our radio show, The Relationship Guides, on January 18, 2012. All stories or tips shared in the books will be kept confidential unless we receive permission to share them.
We only have
a limited number of 3 copies of Joyful Couples for $.01 - so get yours today and get busy so that you can have a chance to WIN!
Monday, November 21, 2011
|Check out this Sexy Pilgrim posing.|
Sunday, November 20, 2011
I have encountered a few of those beautiful beings over the years, but in the past year I have been blessed to find so many more of my Spiritual Family. They are spread out all over the world, but the connection we share is truly beyond this human experience. Today I honor those in my life and the special expereinces I have had this past year.
When you feel that connection to someone be witness to it. The other party may or may not recognize you as well – it just depends on where he/she is on his/her journey. And, the prospect of knowing someone from Home and having shared past lifetimes is often a topic few are willing to broach.
I have come to find that most importantly I want share love and compassion with the world and when I am able to connect with my spiritual brothers and sisters I rejoice – and hopefully, they recognize me and rejoice as well.
Photo by zaphad1