The first question for most of us would naturally be, ‘How do I know if it’s a divine call?’ when we feel propelled to move in a new direction with our life. Consider here and now that your comfort with the perpetual new questions this book brings up is also a strong signal of your readiness for your spiritual awareness to change your life. We have an instinctive drive to ask different questions when our souls tell us a bigger shift is imminent.
What are your natural assets? When you consider what you bring to the table — maybe a literal boardroom table — you might point to your agile mind, ability with words, intellect that earned you a degree to back up certain expertise at that table … Or more figuratively, the...Read More
watercolor by Anabel Shuckhart, 2020 Living in California, I witness a lot of conversations about real estate. Home prices, relocation, asset management, remodeling and renovations … all topics that slide into time with family, friends, and strangers almost daily. Even in my high school, teachers used mortgages to teach math...Read More
What are we supposed to do when there’s nothing to be done? None of us could avert that question this past year thanks to the virus that stopped us in our tracks. Even while our cultural chorus exalting personal power reached a crescendo and the verb “manifesting” abounded to mean...Read More
Mary Mell Roberts Edwards was born in Norman, Okla., in 1924 to J.R. and Leona (Ford) Roberts. After her father completed his education in mortuary sciences, he moved the family to Blackwell, Okla., where he ran Roberts and Sons Mortuary for many decades. In contrast to the family business, Mary...Read More
Here in a time of pandemic is what our Divine One gives us: “Anything uncomfortable that you face, child, is forcing something new from you that you’ve been refusing to try. Did you hear that? Everything uncomfortable is stretching you, by divine design. The global nuisance of a fast-spreading virus...Read More
Dear M’lady … You are so fine in those resplendent robes of silver and gold brocade and braids down to your round ass. You know it distracts them from your cussing tongue when the neighbor has left his double-wide chariot three feet over the line and in your way all...Read More