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Affirmations for Inner Healing. If you prefer to listen to
My new book, Seed
Thoughts for Loving Yourself: Cultivating the Garden of
Your Mind Day by Day, is now available as an ebook, either in
monthly segments or or the whole year.
By Suzanne E. Harrill
I laugh sometimes at the healing process
that continues in my life. As a weekly assignment in a
self-discovery class I am enrolled in, I learned I am to
journal write about my inner experiences each week. I sat
there with deep feelings of satisfaction for my life and
thinking, "My life is great right now. I am so grateful
for all the wonderful inner work I have done over the
I was wondering what I would write about as
I was not feeling any motivation. I have spent many hours over
the years journaling, which helped me heal and process my
beliefs and feelings. I normally write when something is
troubling me. At this stage in my life, I am enjoying that I
can usually get to the bottom of things quickly now without
writing. So when I sent the thought out, "I wonder what I
will write about this week?" I had to smile when I
answered my phone the next day...
By Bill Milliken
Did you know that almost one third of our
public high school students fail to graduate? Young Americans
who drop out of school have little hope for a decent future.
Without a high school diploma, they're far more likely than
their peers to be unemployed, live in poverty, suffer from
poor health, become dependent on social services, and go to
jail. Half of all prison inmates are dropouts. Can we turn
around this tragic waste of young lives with the right help at
the right time?
In his compelling new book, THE LAST
DROPOUT: STOP THE EPIDEMIC! Bill Milliken offers hope for a
brighter future. Bill, founder of Communities In Schools
(CIS), the nation's leading community-based organization for
helping kids stay in school, reveals the enormous cost to
American society from our failure to give kids the things they
need to stay the course and graduate.
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.
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