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True Power of Water

True power of water
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Language: Japanese with English translation



Water is a mystical element that can transform our lives if we are willing to open heart and mind to its gifts. You are introduced to the fascinating revolutionary work of renowned Japanese scientist Dr. Masaru Emoto, who has discovered that molecules of water are affected by our thoughts, words and feelings.

Starring: Masaru Emoto

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Words of Wisdom 😀

Words of Wisdom via TD Jakes

In times like this, when I quote someone else and/or share them…it is evidently how “i” feel also; thoughts, ideas, beliefs, feelings & words that I am aligned with. Oftentimes…but maybe could not have said it better myself 😀 


& this last one is not by TD Jakes 😀 


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Speaking Your Mind

Random Sagittarian Bluntness: Speaking Your Mind

The one thing we have learned over the years, and after much trial and error is to find and never lose our voices. And in this post, I encourage you to do the same.

It’s often not convenient or pretty or feel good stuff when you stand up for yourself. That’s a given. But if you think you are saving a situation or saving someone’s feelings by not speaking out, it only gets worse. You are teaching disrespect. You are teaching them that you aren’t to be valued, that your words mean nothing and that your kindness is weakness.

The moment you put iron in your spine and say enough, is the only time things change.

This is something I really had to embrace over the years…and since I have, my peace is so valuable. That peace is more valuable than anything these days.

Saving needed confrontation only reinforces the belief in a manipulator that by coercion, tantrum, or flattery–no matter what–your principles have very low value. And they will continue to push until you break or give up, because that is how they learned to play people like a board game only they can win.

If someone steps on your toe and you don’t say “Ow”, they’ll just keep doing it over and over again with bigger boots on each time.

Trip them up by tying their laces with your truth in what is fair and what will be allowed and what you will not stand for today, tomorrow or ever again.

And sometimes that means putting an exclamation point where you normally put a period.

The people meant to love you, will love you for who you are and not what they can get for themselves from you. And if you worry about pleasing the latter, peace will be a hard thing to find.

And…remember to LAUGH




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First blog post

Decided I’d start journaling (perfect start; make up a word) online now & not just in hardcopy journal.

Although I’ve been thru trials & tribulations also…I’m an eternal optimist.  I’ve watched how the power of attitude,  gratitude, what we speak & even what we think effects our life. Which in return, also does effects our loved ones’ lives too.

I’m not going to go thru all the correct English, grammar, sentence structure, etc.. I will be typing/texting how I speak to myself (& yes, i do that too). If there are spelling errors…it’s due to very poor vision, which is on my to-do list. But until then, I’m quite sure you’ll know what I’m saying 😉

The English language was developed so we can communicate, so as long as you understand what I’m saying…I’m doing just fine thank you. AND the older I get, the less important the comma becomes; let the reader catch his own breath. 😀

On that note…I start & leave you with  …just BREATHE ♡