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Strut your stuff, but don't stuff yourself till you can't strut. Happy Holidays!
November 20, 2006, I received a healthy liver from a 70 year old grandmother and her generous family. As you think about gift giving, please consider "the gift of life." It's never to soon or too late to register, and the Thanksgiving table is a perfect venue for sharing your intention with your family.
Submitted by Helen. So perfectly suitable for this season of gratitude and gatherings.
Do you love stargazing? It helps me recognize how connected we are to something larger. For a deeper (or higher) dive check out these https://weloveweather.tv/top-6-astronomy-apps/
"I close my eyes and
just see pretty colors,
They're dancing just for me,
pretty colors (pretty colors)
Locked in my mind they'll always be..." ~ From 'Pretty Colors', Frank Sinatra
Poetry therapy as a practice seems to have originated with New York psychiatrist Smiley Blanton. In his 1960 book The Healing Power of Poetry, he wrote:
“Suppose you are depressed and you read a poem about sadness. If your feelings overflow, if you find yourself crying, then your own sadness is reduced. You realize that others have suffered, and the communion of feeling is helpful. It is like being able to share your grief with someone else, someone who understands.”
The human mind always makes progress, but it is a progress in spirals. ~ Madame De Stael, French Novelist, 1766-1817
If you're taking risks, you can expect to fall sometimes. Craft a life for yourself that accepts pain as well as pleasure.
Our souls are inseparable from the world's soul. Each day is another chance to heal the world. Send us a Bright Idea to post today.
Perhaps the truth depends on a walk around a lake. ~ Wallace Stevens