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Change – The act or instance of making or becoming different due to an influence.

It is important to recognize our role in change. Change occurs because of a person or event that is influential in our lives. We can cause change through relationships, prayer, advocacy, and choices.

We must become more aware of how our responses to events and other people have changed and can change our lives.

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Understanding Grief

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Grief is difficult to understand. It appears as a thief, an enemy, a giant. I am not sure we can say it ever leaves. It is not a task to accomplish or surmount, neither is it a phase to get through. Grieving is a journey, sometimes a lifelong process. Though grief might first enter like unwelcomed company, it will eventually become your ally. Teaching you, growing you, even nurturing you. If grief is handled in the appropriate way, it can be a beautiful instrument of healing.

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Walking Meditation

yes, indeed – I find this a vey effective way of relaxing

Spirituality & Self Improvement

Walking for fitness is becoming more and more common.  Many articles are praising walking over jogging as being easier on your joints along with other benefits.  You have likely seen people speed walking – looks funny but is amazingly beneficial – others use walking polls engaging more of the upper body emulating snow shoe mechanics.  

The average man takes 7,192 steps per day while the average women takes 5,210 steps per day.  People with an above average fitness level take more than 10,000 steps per day. A pedometer is a great way to measure your daily steps to see if you may want to start parking the car a little further away from the door.

For those that have read previous posts you will know that I like to write about meditation.  I believe that people get turned off from meditating as they picture themselves uncomfortably bent like a…

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