Through spending time alone and away from the buzzing of the crowd, one can find some inner peace, solve and examine their personal issues and troubles, and work on bettering themselves, work on their personal wellbeing and relaxation. In short, time alone may very well lead you to the peace of mind we all so desperately seek. Here is how.
Thanksgiving is a day to give thanks for the blessings that we have in our lives. In Hallelujah, songwriter Leonard Cohen takes thankfulness to another level, suggesting that we should be grateful not only for our blessings, but for all of our experiences in life (good, bad, happy, and sad).
By Camille Lucy | Inspiremetoday.com The word “love” is one that is thrown around perhaps more often than it should be. We all want to share love with someone, to receive love, to feel loved. It’s a driving force in our lives. But, the term “love” has so many different versions that its meaning has become rather […]
A California couple who survived every parent’s worst nightmare — in April, they awoke to discover their two-and-a-half-year-old daughter Savannah “Savvy” had passed away in her crib from SUDC (Sudden Unexplained Death in Children) — honored her memory by giving another little girl a gift of $100,000.
Highly inspirational video with 14-year old Darius Konstant reciting a poem he wrote that has an awesome message: “When I Look Into a Child’s Eyes…”
Marcus T Anthony (PhD) is a futurist of the human mind, writer and spiritual adviser. His web site is www.mind-futures.com. The following is an extract from his new book, Champion of the Soul. Spiritual folk love to talk and write about abundance. They get excited about prosperous futures and about the abundant present. “Feel […]
t is time for women to organise, create groups and cooperatives, foundations and gather in a collective and creative effort. The soul allows for a creativity that has not yet exploded in the world. It is also time for women to begin to support and empower each other in both, common and personal endeavours.
Surrender to spirit within in this guided “Who I Am Is Enough” meditation by Denise Linn. Slip into bliss as you repeat the loving affirmations that will inspire and encourage you to relax and realize you are enough, you are remarkable and you are valued. Walk along this comforting pathway and begin your day in complete confidence and restored faith in your daily living.
If I ask you, “Quickly, in one sentence, what do you want most out of life?” I bet your rushed response is going to be something like, “I want to be happy, and have a healthy family, and a career I like that pays well, etc.” Your response is going to be so common and ubiquitous that it basically doesn’t even mean anything. Which is precisely why senseless, happy-go-lucky questions like this aren’t very helpful. And yet, this is precisely the kind of questions we often ask ourselves. So what kind of questions might you ask instead?
Austin, Texas is known for many things – beautiful parks, a thriving tech industry, bustling nightlife, several universities, and of course the live music. It is a fairly forward-thinking and green city, in the center of what’s typically known as a conservative state. Austin has been rated as one of the top 10 green cities by the Mother Nature Network and is home to some very green companies, such as Whole Foods.
Ralph Smart reveals nine powerful questions that can change your life: 1. What do you love (and am I doing it often)?; 2. Whose life am I living (mine or someone else’s)?; 3. Who made up the rules? (Make up your own.)…
We’ve all heard of restaurants getting great “word of mouth,” but Signs is getting great “word of hand.” All the waiters employed by Signs are deaf and happily teaching enthusiastic customers how to learn their language. The menu is in both english and sign language, with well-designed diagrams that show it’s patrons how to order their food with sign language.
A small army of motorists and other passers-by gather to combine their strength to lift a car off a woman in eastern Zhejiang Province of China. The Herculean efforts of about 20 Good Samaritans raised the car high enough so the woman could be pulled to safety.
Inspirational video with Jason Silva on how we create serendipity. “Here juxtaposition is revealed as the basic formal operation of synchronicity, as two apparently unrelated events or elements suddenly form a secret link that strikes, in the mind of the perceiver, an evanescent lightning bolt of meaning.” – Erik Davis