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Comment 359 of 419, added on December 21st, 2014 at 4:24 PM.

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Comment 358 of 419, added on July 18th, 2014 at 8:16 AM.

BPxlTq I am so grateful for your article.Much thanks again. Will read on...

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Comment 357 of 419, added on April 14th, 2014 at 9:19 AM.
Yes, I totally agree

Yes, I totally agree! And I did get that point also from the prtoey, just
not with the promise. I also think finding those moments of contentment are
sometimes quite hard, you almost have to take a serious loaf, feet up and
all to actually find those moments. I no sooner will feel completely happy
with who I am, what I have, and where I am at, when something happens to
change that. Sometimes it changes for the better but most times it
doesn’t and steals those moments from me. Ah-ha another theme to this
prtoey…the more we practice finding those moments of contentment the
easier and more often we will find we have them :) Hope you had a great
weekend and I always read your posts!

Shannon from Slovakia Republic
Comment 356 of 419, added on April 14th, 2014 at 7:19 AM.
Nicole Trail This po

Nicole Trail This post is so inspiring to me! My ex left me and our two
boys (age 12 and 16) asmolt a year ago no warning, no real explanation.
I too was a mommy martyr and had given up my identity to do it all at
home (+ work full time bringing in over 50% of our family income). I am
actually finding life easier in some ways with just two children to care
for now, but I am struggling to find my identity as a single woman and to
keep a positive attitude. Thank you for giving me a little extra jolt of
inspiration to keep moving forward!!

Brittany from Georgia, Republic of
Comment 355 of 419, added on April 13th, 2014 at 1:27 PM.
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Thanks, ladies!! I had a great time! Lots of postiive feedback, lots of
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Thank you for all your support!

Alin from Dominican Republic
Comment 354 of 419, added on April 13th, 2014 at 3:37 AM.
I just read this in

I just read this in my classroom while my stuednts were working in their
literature circles and literally sobbed aloud. This was beautiful, Lisa.
You ARE mother, full of Grace a grace ever deepened by how hard you work
and struggle to attain and maintain it. You inspire me every day to be a
better person.

Privacey from Czech Republic
Comment 353 of 419, added on April 13th, 2014 at 2:02 AM.
The boys surely do h

The boys surely do hulbme me and make me see all of the places in myself I
need help Kell. Thank you so much for the kind words. They mean a lot.
Yes Nancy, God totally came up to us after Mass through that man. It was
one of those faith strengthening moments and a true gift.Love you both soo

Carlos from Georgia, Republic of
Comment 352 of 419, added on April 12th, 2014 at 8:21 PM.
Sweet deal, Mr. Scog

Sweet deal, Mr. Scoggins! Your kick the pants, an invite to athnoer awesome
blogger and poetry. I sometimes think a poem can be just as powerful as a
lecture. Even tho I loved how they used the metaphor of a moment being as
long as a season, years even. I find I just can’t make your promise. It
is not that I am not fascinated with the now. I mean I know everything is
alive and real to me as I live it. And any psychologist will tell you how
much energy a person must expend to be able to resist motion. It is not
that I don’t have faith in my life, but just the opposite, it is because
I do….I was raised on faith and I do believe in the intangible, unseeable
phenomena in life. It is what keeps me in my dusty race : ) But a promise
is not something I take lightly and I have thought about this all morning.
I am extremely grateful for all that I have and for all I have been given
and this may sound a wee bit selfish but it’s like I would be telling
myself I have to accept everything I am dished out and be happy with it. I
just don’t know if I can do that. If now affects the nows that follow, so
when I get now right, everything has a better chance of falling into place.
I will never be able to see everything that is affecting me. So shouldn’t
I plan now for what I can’t see? I mean wouldn’t we want our moments
to be touching, moving and joyful.. so that we can make that moment an
eternal now?

Bill from Trinidad and Tobago, Republic
Comment 351 of 419, added on April 11th, 2014 at 7:32 PM.
Posted by on April

Posted by on April 09, 2010 at 10:19 pm
So true Donna Good things come to those who wait and who have the
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journey in Network Marketing and a great reminder for those who are well
on their journey who are getting discouraged and frustrated. Thanks for
sharing,Sharon.-= Sharon Hartman s last blog .. =-.

Elsa from Rwandese Republic (Rwanda)
Comment 350 of 419, added on April 11th, 2014 at 2:17 PM.
Really beautiful wti

Really beautiful wtiring and stupendous photos.Deep belly breathing is
liberating. When I teach elder dance, the women (mostly around age 80)
cannot get over the breath. They take the breathing home. They come back
and tell stories of how it calmed them in this or that moment, how it is
helping them move their bodies in ways they did not know their bodies could
move.Think about that age group how many of them had similar experiences
to yours and it has, for this many decades, stayed locked in their bodies,
because even more in their time, there was NO talking about it, NO
releasing.Oh thank you for this post. I never thought all of this through
on this level.

Max from Rwandese Republic (Rwanda)

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Poet: Maya Angelou
Poem: Phenomenal Woman
Added: Feb 9 2004
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