Posted in Gratitude, tagged 365 Days of Inspiration, afghanistan, air force, airmen, army, battlefield, bravery, brothers in arms, cause, coast guard, commitment, courage, daily affirmations, dedication, died for our country, germany, gulf war, honor, honor the fallen, iraq, japan, marine corps, memorial day, military, national guard, navy, our sons and daughters, ptsd, remember the fallen, remembrance, sacrifice, vietnam, WWII on May 25, 2015|
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I honour the fallen from every battle, in every land and from every moment in history.
I reflect on their courage and dedication.
I consider each and every a departed member of my human family.
In the United States this is Memorial Day, a day for remembering and honouring the fallen soldiers, sailors, guards and airmen of the military. It is a day for setting aside politics, opinions, and personal beliefs in order to honour bravery, sacrifice, and dedication. It is not a day about causes, it is a day about commitment and conviction. Let us remember those troubadours of courage who are forever our brothers and sisters, our sons and daughters, grandparents, parents, wives and husbands and children…each someone’s child. Hold them all in our love.
And this Memorial Day as we honour the memory of the fallen, let’s add to our recognition those who survived the battlefield, but not the war. Many of those who come home, never do. Please think of those who still fly missions over Germany, forever climb the hills of Korea, sleep every night in the jungles of Vietnam, and continue to hide in the sands of the Middle East. Hold them all in our love.
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Posted in Authenticity and Empowerment, Gratitude, Health and Well Being, Purpose, Service & Giving, tagged abundant, allow source in, appreciation, better able to serve, deserve less, easier, expansive, filled with opportunities, free flowing, gratitude, greed, happy, I want more, imbalance, limiting beliefs, live life fully, living through us, make life better, materialism, more loved, our source, our source is infinite, richer, sacrifice, self-centered, self-denial, self-indulgence, selfish, Source, spiritual attributes, stable, the more I have the more I can give, the more we have the more we have to give, ungrateful, wanting more on February 28, 2015|
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I appreciate what I have and I want more of it.
I appreciate what I have and I expect more of it.
Abundance and plenty live in harmony with my grace, humility and spirituality.
I’m not advocating self-indulgence, greed or imbalanced materialism; I’m advocating the innate right of every person to want more of what makes their life better, easier, richer, more expansive and filled with greater opportunities. For some, saying the words “I want more” can feel greedy, ungrateful and self-centered. We’re raised to think we deserve less than more. We’re raised to believe that wanting is anti-spiritual. None of that is true. Self-denial, sacrifice and limiting beliefs are not spiritual attributes. The more of any good thing we have, the more we have to share. The happier, more stable and more loved we feel, the better able we are to serve others.
The true nature of our Source is infinite, abundant and free-flowing. By allowing that flow to come into our lives freely and happily, without regulation and without guilt for wanting, we not only allow Source to live within us unbridled, but also through us toward others.
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