Posted December 16, 2017 in Sacred Stories

Honesty is the Best Policy

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“You will want to know that I am out on parole. I got into trouble with drugs and have a felony,” he laid it out there.

“My son is in prison right now related to drugs, and my daughter is addicted to opioids. I will do everything I can to go to […]

Posted December 13, 2017 in Wholesome Thoughts

Do Without

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After hurricane Irma Mary Elizabeth Cabrera said, “You are as strong as what you can do without.”

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Posted December 9, 2017 in Sacred Stories

I Lived in This House

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A young man was out in the yard when an elder German man stopped. “I used to live in this house,” the old man said, before going on to add when he had lived in the house it was on another lot—over by the church.

He would love to see inside.

The old […]

Posted December 6, 2017 in Wholesome Thoughts

Misfortune

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There is no faster way to bring about misfortune than to think it is coming.

If you agree with Neale Donald Walsch about that, send email to debra@scs-matters.com, or from within the continental U.S. phone or text (269) 921-2217.

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Posted December 2, 2017 in Sacred Stories

Golfing with Papa

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She was golfing with her grandson about 9 months after her husband transitioned. His papa had taught him to golf, starting around the age of 10. He loved it, both the game and spending time with Papa.

She was sitting in the cart watching her grandson tee off and imploring her husband […]

Posted November 29, 2017 in Wholesome Thoughts

Acting Playfully

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If we aren’t acting playfully within each and every second of realizing our goals—if we think, while in the midst of living and struggling, that we have to wait until later to play—then we aren’t realizing the true value of life.

This is from Moon by the Window: The Calligraphy and Zen Insights […]

Posted November 25, 2017 in Sacred Stories

No Flood!

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They were very anxious. The water bill for their winter home in Florida was about $500.

He must have forgotten to turn the water off.

A neighbor was going to check. They worried what damage might have been done to their home knowing all of that water had to go somewhere. […]

Posted November 22, 2017 in Wholesome Thoughts

Worm In the Apple

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David Bloyd wrote that our attitude is like the worm in the apple—everything looks delicious on the outside.

What a powerful reminder so close to Thanksgiving.

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Posted November 18, 2017 in Sacred Stories

Heaven is Beautiful

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Although they had both read Peter Baldwin Panagore’s Heaven is Beautiful: How Dying Taught Me That Death Is Just the Beginning her mom passed without determining a vehicle for after-life communication. Her mom’s body had just been removed from the house. A bit numb, family members were all sitting in the living when […]

Posted November 15, 2017 in Wholesome Thoughts

Love Draws it In

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Neale Donald Walsch says fear pushes what you want away from you, but love draws it in.

To learn how you can let love draw what you want to you, send email to debra@scs-matters.com, or from within the continental U.S. phone or text (269) 921-2217.

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