our children’s teeth are set on edge by the choices we have made that dollars and profits are all the measure, and souls not turn us again to your ways of wisdom, recall our hearts.  Teresa Mateus

Kindness is never wasted: love is never a mistake — Jay Bazzinotti I came across the above just the other day, and like a lot of “honeysuckle moments,” it got me thinkin’. I’ve read that we use only about ten percent of our brain, but the same time we marvel at the strength and the endurance of the…

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Tuesday’s Post titled “Our Weaknesses Give Us Humility” had quite a bit of feedback, so I thought we might think about it some more. A lot of people define humility as an awareness of one’s defects or that the recognition of our imperfections is in fact being humble. But to center being humble around self…

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Our Strengths Keep Us Going, Our Weaknesses Give Us Humility — Yoga Wisdom My Yoga instructor and I worked out this wisdom this morning while she was trying to improve my flexibility, and yes my inflexibility keeps me humble. Lent is a good time to work on both our strengths and weaknesses. During one’s meditation is a…

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