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Simple, Joyful, Abundant Living
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I have the good fortune to live in a beautiful area of California on a little plot of land that I can call my own. I have two horses and a dog that I love with all of my heart. I have a John Deere tractor and Gator that play a big part in helping me to maintain my
“Desiderata” is Latin for “things desired”. This poem has always held great wisdom for me; it still does. As I was de-cluttering the desktop on my computer today, I came across it and read it again. Although this was written over ninety years ago by Max Ehrmann, an American writer, poet, and attorney, the advice and acumen of these
Mother’s Day was proclaimed a national holiday in 1914 when Woodrow Wilson signed a declaration designating the second Sunday in May as a day to honor mothers. Since then, there is no doubt that moms across America have experienced everything from breakfast in bed featuring burnt toast and cold coffee to a measly Mother’s Day card purchased the night before
“Part of me suspects I’m a loser, and part of me thinks I’m God Almighty.” — John Lennon This is the opening quote in the book Wishes Fulfilled by the late Dr. Wayne Dyer. In the book, Dyer asks, “Are you willing to internalize radical new ideas that require a shift in your concept of yourself?” He urges the