Originally posted on chopkins2x3:
Craving Craving peace and serenity Craving joy Craving answers and more Craving most of all Your divine presence, Creator of all In these days of constant confusion Of upheaval, illness, and the death of so many Of a future shadowed and murky “Days of wine and roses” so misspent And… Continue reading Cravings
Originally posted on chopkins2x3:
Are you looking for an easy way out? Struggling just isn’t your bag?
Then today is a good day to read: “The Story of the Butterfly!” Continue reading Truth Moment Monday!
Originally posted on Sparky Jen "No Beating Around the Bush Allowed!":
Of course superstition can get in your way! Stevie Wonder sings a song called “Superstition,” and in it he warns us that if we believe in things that we don’t understand, we’ll end up suffering in and around those things. I used… Continue reading Superstition Gets In Your Way!
Originally posted on Boundless Blessings by Kamal:
Walking is the best Exercise. It has some great qualities: –Walk Away from arguments that lead you to nowhere but anger and stress you out for no rhyme or reason. –Walk Away from people who deliberately put you down and insult you or throw words of hatred at… Continue reading Walking……….
Originally posted on Salted Caramel:
Rory, at a A Guy Called Bloke and K 9 Doodlepips has asked this Insightful Question Do You Actually … like everything you write about? If I am to tell the truth, then the answer is ‘Not Really” I love to write, and when I begin, I sometimes really hold… Continue reading Do You Actually … like everything you write about?
Originally posted on Scandinavian Simple Eating:
Soup is something I do quite often. This vegetarian soup is easy and quick to prepare. You can vary the base in you soup, in this soup I have use butternut squash which is high in fiber and full of vitamins A and C. To make this weekday soup… Continue reading Butternut squash soup with coconut milk and orange
Originally posted on Camellia's Cottage:
Sweet Potatoes… baked, mashed- candied or casseroled- Southerners do love their sweet potatoes. And while we eat them all year round, the fall and winter holidays – all the way through our traditional New Year’s Day meals of Turnip Greens and Blackeyed Peas tend to feature Sweet Potatoes to signify good… Continue reading Sweet Potato Pie…
Originally posted on DrJoyFinder:
Someone once told me I was slow…..and it made me feel dumb. I heard someone say I was awkward….and I started feeling self-conscious. I once heard someone say I was not attractive…..and I began to feel ugly. I overheard someone say I had no talent…..and I felt like I was a… Continue reading I’M NOT WHO I THOUGHT I WAS
Originally posted on crayons & craft beer:
In honor of National Watermelon Day on August 3, we’re paying homage to summer’s favorite melon by learning a little bit more about the fruit/vegetable (yes, it counts as both!). For example, every part of it is edible, even the seeds and the watermelon rind. And with that, it’s… Continue reading 10 Watermelon Facts That’ll Make You Appreciate Summer’s Favorite Fruit
Originally posted on Purple Almond Wellness:
Here’s a quick, easy AND healthy paleo version of a microwave “mug” english muffin! https://youtu.be/XyOW9dU5JaM Have a beautiful day! ? Continue reading One Minute Recipes – Paleo Pumpkin English Muffin (…in a Mug!)