Vol 5, No. 2

Loving Kindness

I choose to live my life with loving kindness. I have a strength within that is able to set healthy boundaries so as to not be taken advantage of. I open my heart to "read" how to truly be of service to others.

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

 

This Month's Issue:

Relationship as a Path to Wholeness: Keys to Long-Term Success

By Suzanne E. Harrill

International Emotional Wellness Forum

with Suzanne E. Harrill

Poems

By Vicky Bowker Jeter

A New Life

by Gary Bate

A Time to Break Silence

By Rev. Martin Luther King

Questions & Answers

Goodies

Enlighten Up




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Greetings from the Editor:

March into Spring

I just experienced my first major cold winter since my move from Houston three years ago. You may remember my husband and I moved to Colorado in 2004. Part of our decision to live here, besides the fact my middle daughter and family are near, was to enjoy perfect summers. The catch is there are winters here, too. The past few winters have been mild so I thought, "No problem." And there really isnít a problem, simply an experience. The best part about this cold, snowy winter is that I really look forward to spring. And here it is! Enjoy marching into spring.

Fortunate Blessings,

Suzanne

 International Emotional Wellness Forum May 7 & 8
Featuring Depac Chopra
Suzanne E. Harrill is one of the speakers!

 

Relationships

Relationship as a Path to Wholeness: Keys to Long-Term Success

By Suzanne E. Harrill

Introduction: Of primary importance on the spiritual journey is to know ourselves and live more and more each day from the place of wholeness, of being our authentic, true Self. Living with another person in a marriage or long-term relationship is one, if not the most, powerful way to know yourself, heal the negative effects of conditioning, and create a happy, fulfilling life. How do we learn and grow from the challenges that arise from living with another and at the same time create satisfying, successful relationships?

It begins with self. Learning to truly be happy requires you to take full responsibility for your own life and happiness and to remove all expectations that another can do the job for you. It requires a deep understanding of yourself, so self-inquiry is at the top of the list of skills you need to develop. As you learn to trust your inner process and reclaim your personal power, you move forward. True happiness and fulfillment must come from within yourself. As you transform and seek greater self-awareness it automatically expands to include having healthy, satisfying, love relationships...

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Suzanne Says

Questions & Answers

Question: Hello. I heard about this site from a message on my mail from a friend. So far I have done the self-esteem inventory and I have a long way to go. Have you any advice on how to be more positive about being independent? I have just started working again and feel very insecure. I worry about rent and the council benefits are not very considerate about any of the things that need sorting out. I find them very abrupt...

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Poetry

Poems

By Vicky Bowker Jeter

Come On Out

A View from Atop "The Hill"

(read the article)

Personal Growth

A New Life

by Gary Bate

We are all here, individually and collectively, to evolve ourselves and thus humanity as a whole; beyond our existing known boundaries. This means that individually we are to change from our existing state of being to become a higher, more evolved state of being. As discussed earlier, our existing personalities are a combination of our inherited genes and the social conditioning of the society in which we live. Different cultures impose different conditioning upon the minds of their citizens by virtue of their way of life. It all amounts to a limitation of mind.

To change from the personality weíve Ďpicked upí into a new personality of our own design, is the evolutionary task we all face. This is a task that flies in the face of family, tradition, culture, religion, color, status, wealth, fashion, gender, fame etc.; indeed: it flies in the face of all the accepted values in our societies.

Never before have we been given so much knowledge to challenge our inherited belief systems and to intimidate the self-imposed limitations of our minds. How we develop into the future can only be limited by our own level of acceptance and our own willingness to let go of the past. And our unwillingness to let go of the past is evidence of our own lack of understanding or outright stubbornness towards change...

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Inspirational

A Time to Break Silence

By Rev. Martin Luther King

By 1967, King had become the country's most prominent opponent of the Vietnam War, and a staunch critic of overall U.S. foreign policy, which he deemed militaristic. In his "Beyond Vietnam" speech delivered at New York's Riverside Church on April 4, 1967 -- a year to the day before he was murdered -- King called the United States "the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today."

Time magazine called the speech "demagogic slander that sounded like a script for Radio Hanoi," and the Washington Post declared that King had "diminished his usefulness to his cause, his country, his people..."

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Enlighten Up   --    Humor

Something to Make You Laugh

You Canít Take It With You

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Goodies

KIDS IN CHURCH

One-Liners

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