Vol 4, No. 11


I celebrate today, giving thanks for all that I have
and who I have grown to be. I am grateful to live a
full, creative, abundant life.

-- from Seed Thoughts for Loving Yourself
by Suzanne Harrill, M.Ed.


This Month's Issue:

A Whole New Dimension to My Life

By Judi Segalini

Self-Worth: Recognizing Signs of High
and Low Self-Esteem

By Suzanne E. Harrill

You are Not All of God,
but God is All of You

by John Price

Questions & Answers

Enlighten Up

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Greetings from the Editor:

Turkey Day

It is that time of year again where we, in the USA, begin the holiday season with Thanksgiving. In my family it is a bigger celebration as it coincides with my husband’s birthday. We get together with family, turn on the TV for those who like to watch football games, and cook a turkey and all the side dishes. As a reminder to myself and others, Thanksgiving is a time of appreciating our blessings and focusing in on the positive in our lives.

Fortunate Blessings,



Personal Growth and Transformation

Transforming Victimization: True Stories #11

Estrangement : A Whole New Dimension to My Life

By Judi Segalini

After thirty-four years of marriage, two grown children and two grandchildren, living with an estranged daughter was the last thing on my mind. The past year has been a horrible and wonderful experience at the same time for me.

The decision to suddenly move out of state by my daughter and her family was a shock to me and my husband. We were extremely close to our grandchildren but had been fighting a touchy relationship with our daughter and her husband for a couple of years. We thought it was "okay" and were caught by surprise by the move.

Prior to them moving, we had wanted to have a private conversation with our daughter to discuss and straighten out what we thought was a misunderstanding. She and her husband said it was unacceptable to ask for a private conversation and informed us we had just severed the relationship...

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Suzanne Says

Questions & Answers

Question: I have enjoyed and benefited greatly from the Innerwords Messager. When I first come across the publication I was drawn to its teaching and advice on independence. This is probably because that is what I was looking for as a career woman in a marriage. I would still want to read more on this if it is available. I want to know how to find self-worth in a life taken up by my children, a husband and a career that I am good at, and would like to advance to the best of my abilities.

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Personal Growth

Self-Worth: Recognizing Signs of High and Low Self-Esteem

By Suzanne E. Harrill

Self-esteem is a term that gets bandied around a lot these days, often a little too frivolously. The downside is that self-esteem has become a cliché, an easy label, and the subject of considerable derisive humor. The upside is that almost everyone knows the meaning and importance of self-esteem — that happiness, self-empowerment, satisfaction in work, good relationships, and success are all built on a foundation of healthy self-esteem.

High self-esteem is a quiet, comfortable feeling of total acceptance and love for yourself — as you are. It is respecting and valuing yourself as a worthwhile human being, honestly seeing your good and not-so-good qualities, and taking care of and nurturing yourself so you can become all that you are capable of being. High self-esteem is characterized by congruence between inner states (beliefs, feelings, attitudes) and outer states (behavior, relationships, health).

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You are Not All of God, but God is All of You

by John Price

Ponder this simplified version of the Cosmic Process: The Universal Spirit of God expresses as our indwelling Spirit, conscious of Itself as the sum-total of all energies--God--and Mindful of Itself as our Divine Consciousness. So the first part of our constitution is complete. God being. Now comes the second step, the expression of Spirit in the third-dimensional realm as our soul, which is our individual awareness, understanding and knowledge of Spirit and the instrument through which Spirit expresses in the external world. Still all God. Now the soul," in its awareness of its God-Self, radiates lines of force. These lines of force govern electrons--the electrical charges whirling around the nucleus of atoms--and cause atoms to cluster in an energy field as a Light Body. This energy then appears as cells, tissue, organs, bones, the blood stream and other aspects of the physical system. There is perfection, still all God.

But somewhere along the line in aeons past we became mesmerized by the external world of form, causing a shade to partially cover the Light of the soul with beliefs that were contrary to Truth. Now we get down to the nitty-gritty of life in a material world: "It is done to you as you have believed." (Matthew 8: 13) That's it.

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Enlighten Up   --    Humor



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The Most Beautiful Flower

by Sushil

Imagine How Your Life Will Be Without Fear

By Chris Green

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