Something to Think About

I imagine if world leaders were more concerned about people than power, we’d discover ways to save the environment, end wars, stop poverty, create a world where people live harmoniously together. When we wake from our slumber, we might begin to see what is happening and demand change.

A Better Life ~ Choosing to Live

A grieving friend text me this morning and told me she decided to go on living. Her words cheered me. She chose to live. Choosing to live is a deeply personal choice. She chose to pry the hands off her that were holding her from walking through the door to the light. She had a breakthrough. She’ll still have tough moments. The storms that visit her will be temporary interruptions. She will experience a clearing after each storm. The distance between the storms will continue to expand over time. Yes, life is to be lived, enjoyed, and celebrated.

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Today’s Good Word ~ Beauty

Beauty – Def: the quality of being pleasingespecially to look at, or someone or something that gives great pleasureespecially when you look at it.

I live in the American southwest. Every morning and evening blesses me with a beautiful sunrise or sunset. I see beautiful birds flocking to my feeder and serenading me with their beautiful songs each morning. I see beauty in the face of people of all ages, races, shapes, and colors. What a wonderful, amazing, beautiful world that I have the joy of experiencing. I hope you see beauty in everyone and everywhere your journey takes you.

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Today’s Health Tip ~ Coffee Drinkers Have a Lower Risk of Death

Fire Up Your Morning Cup or Two of Coffee

Drinking a few cups of coffee a day — even with sugar — is linked to a lower risk of death, new research shows. People who drank a moderate amount of coffee every day, either plain or sweetened with around a teaspoon of sugar, were about 30% less likely to die from any cause during a seven-year period compared with non-coffee drinkers, according to findings from the U.K. Biobank cohort, an ongoing study of health information in the United Kingdom. . . . “Drinking coffee was associated with a lower risk of dying whether or not you added sugar,” said Dr. Christina Wee, deputy editor of Annals of Internal Medicine, who drinks coffee with cream and sugar regularly and enjoys it.


Today’s Inspiration ~ Are You Ready to Soar?

“Who would attempt to fly with the tiny wings of a sparrow when the mighty power of an eagle has been given him.” ~ Kenneth Wapnick


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