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Find your Passion!

Well said…indeed something to do NOW…love it. Thanks coach catie😊

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Passion (emotion)

Passion is a term applied to a very strong feeling about a person or thing. Passion is an intense emotion, compelling enthusiasm or desire for anything.

The term is also often applied to a friendly or eager interest in or admiration for a proposal, cause, or activity or love – to a feeling of unusual excitement, enthusiasm or compelling emotion, a positive affinity or love, towards a subject. It is particularly used in the context of romance or sexual desire though it generally implies a deeper or more encompassing emotion than that implied by the term lust.  (Source:

What is your passion? What do you love to do that fills your heart with joy? I’m often asked “how do I find my passion”? I believe it starts with first finding yourself and what triggers your passion. Often in life we lose sight of the things…

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Fa la la la la,la la la la! Oh yes indeed we have succeeded in making Christmas come alive.

Once again we came to the close of the year,and review is at hand. If you are like me you’ll be one of those thinking of New Years resolutions,or not? I say it that way because often at times we feel the need to keep those resolutions,or better yet keep trying to achieve them. How funny we are. Awhile ago I discovered that it’s crazy at times to lump 5 tasks into one ultimate goal for success. However, I do tend to forget this and put myself on that train of disdain.

This year I give myself permission to make the mistakes necessary for spiritual growth. It’s OK if we don’t have it all together,that’s what makes us all unique. Self realization is a process of re generation like a shedding of some sort…to slough off the old. To make room for new growth.

This is not to say that we give up all hope of trying to live to the New Years tradition of resolutions…to be resolute. But rather be kind to ourselves and others for trying and to not give up the hope that things can change.

With that in mind, I should act accordingly when adding apps to new tablet, a surprise gift for Christmas. I am indeed blessed! It is with glee and delight as I ponder all the possibilities for this new device. One of which I am still getting used to. Father Christmas knew I wanted one for a long time,thus the reason for delayed postings. Here I am with you,updating and reflecting on the quirks of life.

I’ve got my sights on good things to come,always expecting greatness and if that means being patient in the wait then so be it.

 I shall rest in the knowing that I am covered,let my expectations go and let the ease of living take form.

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Lesson on Being Human from a 3 Year Old

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I know it is a cliche to say that we learn as much from our children as they learn from us, but 3 year old Fox is different. From a very early age, we called him the “Little Buddha,” not just because he looked like a Buddha–large forehead, big long ears, and long half-open/half-closed eyes, but also because he would just sit calmly and contently for long periods of time.

Fox Sitting

I can honestly say that I have learned as much from this little soul as I have from any enlightened master. Here are a few highlights:

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