Category Archives: Heart Mind Matters

Chauffeur

Being a good chauffeur is more than just knowing how to drive. ~ ADELE RUTH When someone you care about is involved in a serious dilemma, be it physical or psychological, you can be his or her chauffeur.  WE chuckle … Continue reading

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A Special Post for Father’s Day

Letter to Bernie Hi Dad, I hope things are going well for you. I wanted to wish you good things for this season of maximum daylight; may the literal light help bring you all the good things that come with … Continue reading

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What If You Don’t Need to be Fixed?

This is a guest post by Prudence Sinclair. Hello, lovely you! I hope you had an amazing weekend and smooth start to your week. You know that old saying, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it?” Well, I believe this … Continue reading

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Sweetheart

The small courtesies sweeten life; the greater ennoble it. ~ CHRISTIAN NESTELL BOVEE My wife called me “sweetheart” a few minutes ago, as she came into the room where I was working. I teased her by asking, “Why are you … Continue reading

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Old Wounds

The old skin has to be shed before the new one can come. ~ Joseph Campbell We all carry old wounds within us; for some they are physical and for others they are emotional.  There are any reasons why these … Continue reading

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Caring for the Family of Man

“What the world needs is some do-give-a-damn pills.” ~ Dr. William Menninger Just as physical pain is necessary to protect us from harm, emotional pain is necessary to lead us to find and express our compassion and love for our … Continue reading

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All My Life is a Circle

Until last night, when I had a conversation with God about the true nature of life and the never ending nature of consciousness, I had forgotten about the song by Harry Chapin I had hanging on our kitchen wall. Incorporated … Continue reading

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We Don’t Die

I cannot deny events and facts, and since my wife died a little over two years ago, my experiences have been incredible. The first being a call from a former patient and mystic two days later saying she had a … Continue reading

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Where Are You?

“We are always on our guard against contagious diseases of the body, but we are exasperatingly careless when it comes to the even more dangerous collective diseases of the mind.” ~ Carl Jung Here is a simple test to see … Continue reading

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Express Yourself – The Key to Healing

There are many situations and circumstances in life which make us pessimistic. It might be easy to give up hope, particularly when others make discouraging comments. Let us always believe in the benevolence of our loving Creator. Let this belief … Continue reading

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