Day Two of the Book Marketing Challenge
Key Lesson: Honesty heals; lies hurt.In these four words lives all one needs to know and practice, that is, assuming one wishes to be whole, harmless, true and loving.This article is excerpted from The Secret of Letting Go (pages xx-xxii).Let Go and Rise Above What Holds You DownEach time we see the need to let … Continue reading A Four-Word Practice that Leads to True Personal Wholeness by Guy Finley
Note: There’s a theme running through my head…nothing as everything and that’s okay!
nowhere else, but here. My home is where my traveling heart is.
I’m a woman, a wife, a mother, with a restless spirit and an endless thirst for life, for knowledge, for passion. I need passion in my days, and passion has always been given to me.
Gradually, and consistently…
I wish I were no wiser than I’m now, nor I wish I were more innocent than my current acts may appear.
Wisdom and innocence are two parallel states of mind. I’m grateful for the ongoing ability to recognize the difference.
I wish I were no younger than I’m today, …
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The Daily Post at WordPress.com Last week, our grammar guru, Daryl, talked about the oft-mysterious subjunctive mood in If Hairs Be Wires, Black Wires Grow on Her Head. Use of the subjunctive mood isn’t as common in English as it is in other languages. I, for one, hadn’t even heard of the subjunctive tense until … Continue reading Weekly Writing Challenge: I Wish I Were
So this week, we challenge you to step outside your blogging box and try something totally different: If you normally write non-fiction, try fiction. If you normally write fiction, try poetry. If you normally post photos, try writing. If you normally just write, try including photos. Need a little more guidance? Check out these post … Continue reading Weekly Writing Challenge: And Now For Something Completely Different | The Daily Post at WordPress.com