Love is patient, love is kind,It does not envy,It does not boast,It is not proud,It is not rude,It is not self-seeking,It is not easily angered,It keeps no record of wrongs,Love does not delight in evil,But rejoices in the truth,It always protects,Always trusts,Always hopes,Always perseveres.
LOVING YOURSELF. ©Pam Burn of Colourenergyworks.co.ukWhat does this mean and why is it so important? The following is a paraphrase of what this means written by Deepak Chopra the spiritual teacher, in his book “The Path to Love .”When we are searching for romance or love in our lives it usually indicates that we are searching to find ourselves on a higher spiritual level. We may not yet have found ourselves or love ourselves.
What does it take in our culture, I wonder, for a woman to feel beautiful?Audrey Hepburn somehow managed to retain her ideal weight throughout her entire adult life — surely a magical feat that only a goddess could pull off!After she retired as a ‘super-star’, she became a tireless volunteer and advocate for the suffering children of the world. View photographs and read the story of her life at: Audrey Hepburn.Audrey Hepburn read these words to her son on Christmas Eve 1992, a month before…
The Magic of Laughter, or Laughter is the best medicine.Laughter releases endorphins, giving us the ‘feel good factor’ Acts as aerobic exercise and is like ‘internal jogging’ Unleashes inhibitions, breaks down barriers Great team building tool encourages better communication Helps boost our immune system which helps us resist disease Tones muscles, improves respiration and circulation Encourages positive thinking and creativity Relaxes the whole body by reducing stress an…
INFINITE BALANCE AND HARMONY IN OUR ENVIRONMENTEverything in the universe is undergoing change and is dynamic. Everything is moving and flowing all the time. This is true of some old practises, one of them being Feng Shui.
May you be filled with Light, Love and Gratitude! May your brilliance be reflected in the eyes of all you meet. May the blessings of Life be felt in thought, word and deed.
Review: The Forty Rules of Love: Elif Shafak.The following review is of the beautiful work of fiction by Elif Shafak, “The Forty Rules of Love.” The story moves between the story of Ella Rubinstein, a modern day American wife and mother, and the story of Shams of Tabriz and Rumi, set in 12th century Turkey.Ella is in a long, term marriage that has lost its spark. Her husband is unfaithful but successful and she distracts herself by cooking and looking after her teenage children. Needing a new ch…
The Forty Rules of Love and Life:(Taken from “The Forty Rules of Love” by Elif Shafak. Transcribed by Pam Burn, www.colourenergyworks.co.uk) Please do not copy or post this without acknowledging the author and my site. Thanks.
NOT WHAT BUT WHICH WORK WILL YOU DO? By APOLLO PAMPALLIS.Did you know? There are only two kinds of work. Always were, are, and will ever be.