It is accepted that life keeps shifting and changing. It's called progress. For the most part, after we stop fighting each new transition, we usually get into our groove and begin to acknowledge the next uncharted journey unfolding before us.
Resolution time — change is in the air. We want to do it this time! This time, we are really ready to lose that weight, get that project off the ground, write that book, clear that clutter, exercise more, meditate more, and be kinder.
Prayer is focused energy with strong intent. Developing a healthy prayer life is part of the dedication that is required for the journey on the spiritual path. Prayer can take many forms — formal, informal, casual, elegant, spoken, or silent. All are acceptable, and all are heard.
The English letter I relates to your current view of yourself, which includes attitudes formulated from past experiences and the confidence you have in managing your life. It reveals your perception of who you are.
Okay, this is a rather touchy subject (no pun intended). Letﾒs put it this way, folks: We really like being whole, and the thought of being altered in any way, shape, or form sends shivers up our wee spines.
The archetypal nature of the letter Jj prompts you to let goodness lead you as you define your life in this era, calling for an all-inclusive justice brightened with kindness. Goodness is love in motion. Its interior light is that of justice, fairness, humility, and responsibility.
As we near our favorite holiday of love, it prompts the question, ﾓWho do we love?ﾔ Do we love our significant other? Do we love ourselves? How does the way and manner in which we love fulfill or deny us? What do we expect when we say, ﾓI love youﾔ?