Vol 3, No. 9


"September is
as good a month
As any
to make a resolution."

-- American Zen Saying
by Suzanne E. Harrill


This Month's Issue:

The Acorn Analogy Helps Build Self-Esteem

by  Suzanne E. Harrill

I’m a Mater and She’s a Tater

by Rob Cross

2005 Stanford University Commencement Address

by Steve Jobs

Soul Wisdom For Today

September Seed Thoughts for Loving Yourself

Questions & Answers

Enlighten Up

Inner Fitness For Creating a Better You

An inspiring and easy-to-understand course for self-study or for a group leader to facilitate groups.

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Greetings from the Editor:

A Surprise for You

A special gift came my way and I think it only appropriate to pass it on to each of you. What could it be? An e-book, The Longest Road: Finding Peace Within, by Maureen Lyttle. It reads like a novel, yet it is a true story. This is what Maureen has to say about her book:

"This true story is a powerfully and evocatively written dark and suspenseful psychological drama. It is about a young woman, who after a troubled childhood, finds herself pregnant and alone. She devotes her life to caring for and raising her child. As her son grows, he becomes more and more abusive towards her and their conflicts escalate. Desperate to resolve their explosive relationship, she searches out his birth father, believing that that will heal her son's pain. In a shocking twist of events, both father and son turn against her and she is forced into psychiatric care. Torn between her love for her son and her own survival, she must find the courage to leave her son's life in order to save her own."

Go to her website and download it for free. If you receive something of value, you might consider buying a hard copy or sending her a love offering.

The Longest Road: Finding Peace Within, By Mureen Lyttle: http://www3.telus.net/lyttle

Fortunate Blessings,



The Acorn Analogy Helps Build Self-Esteem

By Suzanne E. Harrill

One important concept, that helps you have a healthy sense of self-acceptance and self-esteem, is the knowledge that you are perfect, right now, just the way you are. This is true regardless of your problems, early childhood issues, body, I.Q., mistakes, etc. Consider a new definition of perfection which includes all of your imperfections.

First, let me explain more about the perfection of the acorn which makes it a little easier to apply this concept of your beauty and perfection to yourself...

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Special Offer

September Seed Thoughts for Loving Yourself

By Suzanne E. Harrill

MONTHLY ON LINE AFFIRMATIONS.  Affirmations to support self-esteem and spiritual growth now available in monthly installments. This is an updated edition of the seed thoughts and affirmations in the book, Affirm Your Self Day by Day. Only available here on line.

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Suzanne Says

Questions & Answers

Question: Hi Suzanne. How are you?  I'm still enjoying your newsletters and look forward to getting one each month. Do you have any thoughts on babies and their spiritual/ emotional/ physical development and adjustment to the world from birth?

Do babies come with their own special agendas right from the start?  Even though Colette is generally a fairly laid back person and this baby was welcomed into the world from conception by one and all, her 'behavior' is often a 'challenge'...

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I’m a Mater and She’s a Tater

By Rob Cross                      

What a breakthrough for me! Finally, I no longer had to be upset because she’s different from me or because she couldn’t see life my way. Go get a good book on personality tests. Ya’ll both take it. Check out those scores, look at each other and yelp, “Holy cow! You’re not me”!

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2005 Stanford University Commencement Address

by Steve Jobs
Stanford Report, June 14,  2005

Thank you. I'm honored to be with you today for your commencement from one of the finest universities in the world. Truth be told, I never  graduated from college and this is the closest I've ever gotten to a college graduation.
Today I want to tell you three stories from my life. That's it. No big deal. Just three stories. The first story is about connecting the dots.  You can't connect the dots looking forward. You can only connect them looking backward, so you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something-your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever-because believing that the dots will connect down the road will give you the confidence to follow your heart, even when it leads you off the well-worn path, and that will make all the difference...

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Soul Wisdom For Today

  Author unknown           

No one can ruin your day without your permission.

Most people are about as happy as they decide to be.

Others can stop you temporarily, but only you can do it permanently.


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Enlighten Up   --    Humor


  • Home Schooling


(read the humor)


  • Explaining a Spiritual Experience

  • Now That's God 


(read the Goodies)



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