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How to Find Meaning in Your Life

“Life is without meaning. You bring the meaning to it. The meaning of life is whatever you ascribe it to be. Being alive is the meaning.” ~ Joseph Campbell Good morning lovely you! As I type this and sip my … Continue reading

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Be in the Now

Remember:  be here now. ~ Ram Dass When God created the Universe it was now.  This moment we are experiencing is also now.  You can’t say to creation, “I’ll do it later,” because the Universe only knows now.  So whenever … Continue reading

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Listen to the Sounds

Deafness is darker by far than blindness. ~ Helen Keller We hear a great deal, but do we listen to what we hear?  For me hearing is not about the sound waves in my environment being sensed by my acoustic … Continue reading

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Senior Moments

To be seventy years young is sometimes more cheerful and hopeful than to be forty years old. ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes There are benefits to aging that include discounts and other privileges, but for me the greatest gift is being … Continue reading

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Living in the Moment

One of the questions I love to ask people is, “What is the best day of your life?” I get many answers related to pleasant days people remember; like the day their child was born or they won an expensive … Continue reading

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Attitude

“Being normal is only a satisfactory result for the inadequate.” Carl Jung We are never told that the odds are 100% we will die. We find so many ways to deny our mortality with statistics about varying diseases, and never … Continue reading

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Look to This Day

“Our main business is not to see what lies dimly at a distance, but to do what lies clearly at hand.” ~ Thomas Carlyle When we spend our time always focused ahead, it is hard to live in the moment.  … Continue reading

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Q & A with Bernie – June 19, 2017

Question for Bernie: Can you please teach me how to feel good about my life, love myself and others and achieve peace of mind? I am just going through your book and I can pick up on some of your … Continue reading

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Q & A with Bernie – November 14, 2016

Question for Bernie: Hi, I am the bone marrow transplant survivor you traded letters with back in 1996. So my 91- year-old Mom went into acute kidney failure about a month ago; this was not due to diabetes or high … Continue reading

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Q & A with Bernie – September 8, 2014

Question for Bernie My 47-year-old husband was diagnosed with Stage V non-smokers lung cancer 26 months ago. As much as I believe in many of the things you talk about, I wonder how our family is supposed to continue looking … Continue reading

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