Category Archives: smile

Teddy

When I was a little girl I had a teddy. He was blonde brown and had two brown glass eyes. He started out life quite fluffy, but over the years he became quite flat and his fur was matted—but I … Continue reading

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Happiness

A lot is said about happiness. Being happy is the utmost prize it seems. But is it possible to be happy all the time? The answer is no. I’ve tried it, but here’s what I find. I meditate for an … Continue reading

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Darkness

I’ve talked about it before, depression loves darkness. But sometimes darkness needs to come out. It needs to be talked about. Sometimes. Not all the time. But sometimes. It happened tonight with my two grandchildren. They are still little, nine … Continue reading

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FLOW

Every day is a new start. If you feel stuck now is the time to let go and become unstuck. I know you’ve heard it before—let go and let flow, or let go and let God—what does that really mean, … Continue reading

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Nature

I hope you are remembering to breathe and to smile. Breathing connects you with all of creation. Smiling tells your mind, body and soul that you are loved. Today, is a day for finding a spot in nature. A place … Continue reading

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SMILE

You are not alone in having suffered from depression. Mental disorders are common in the United States and internationally. An estimated 26.2 percent of Americans ages 18 and older — about one in four adults — suffer from a diagnosable … Continue reading

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