Written by Kate Northrup I used to think that freedom meant boundlessness. I used to think it was like looking at a vast horizon with every possibility in the world. I used to think freedom meant the ability to choose literally anything at anytime… and to change my mind at the float of a feather.
Written by Hayley Hobson What would you do if you had nothing to fear… Quit working and be a stay at home mom? Sell everything you own, buy a camper and travel across America; or hop a plane and go further than that – to Bali or Australia? Would you create a new life for
I nearly died ten times today.. I need to figure out how to drive around this town..one way street here, biker there, right lane ends soon.. — Minny Frank (@minnyfrank) July 2, 2014 #GodFirst and that's a beautiful thing. I don't know what I would have done without #faith and my angels over there. pic.twitter.com/EWujPGF8Eb
On Children by Kahlil Gibran And a woman who held a babe against her bosom said, “Speak to us of Children.” And he said: Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself. They come through you but not from you, And though they are with you,
Written by Jack Canfield We all aspire to be, do and have great things. Yet most of us simply aren’t creating the results we want. We don’t have enough money, romance, success or joy in our lives. But what we need to understand is that greatness exists in all of us. It is simply
Written by Terri Cole Have you ever done anything you’re not proud of, like feigning a headache to get out of a dinner or snapping at your partner in a heated moment? Of course you have because you’re human. You mess up, like we all do, and when it happens, you probably feel guilty.
Written by Bex Baruchi I’ve been thinking about the words “worth” and “value” as they relate to the self and self-esteem… When I sold real estate, there was a common saying that “worth is determined by how much the buyer will pay and what the seller will accept.” The final price that is agreed upon