I was going to wait until the new year and restart the word of the week, but after a weekend of being sick from another migraine and other pressing issues, I do what I do when I can't cope...pray. I spoke outloud and asked for help, guidance, whatever I needed and today things opened up and I am convinced my prayers were answered! So I said no time like the present to exhibit my faith and do the word of the week again. This weeks word rang very true for my and my situation this weekend.
Sometimes it's easy to be distracted by the facts of a matter. Sometimes it's easy to forget the Truth and feel alone, separated, and unable to believe that God is present. When we experience difficulties in life using only our natural senses, it is easy to move into "fix it" mode. When we remember to go within and tap into our Source of Oneness, we open the way to the "see" through our spiritual eyes and know the Truth. We know we are loved, protected, and blessed. We know God's will for us is absolute good, and we are worth it!
Today, remember to think thoughts and speak words that affirm abundant life, wholeness, joy, love and peace. Remember to give thanks for being willing to "see" your faith pointed in the direction of divine, unlimited possibility. Remember the way out is to make way for your inner spirit to radiate the highest and best through you!
Affirmation: "Today, I go within and remember the Truth."
Luke 1:37 "For nothing will be impossible with God."
Kathy Threats-Grant, Unity of New York Prayer Chaplain Co-Director
This months eye candy is Dennis Olsen from Denmark. I usually don't like beards, but this beard trend on certain men is workin' for me! I like this guy because he looks older, close to my age, but he has a nice youthful body like the youngin's I perve on, but what I really like about him is his voice. I saw him in a video for his agency and I was smitten. I love a man with a low, smooth voice. It's such a turn on! You can check out the video below. Enjoy!
* Pictures are taken from Unique Denmark modeling agency.
I had my first mammogram three years ago, a few month before I turned forty. It came back negative which I knew it would because there is no breast cancer in my immediate family. There has been other forms of cancer but no breast cancer. The one relative that did have breast cancer, was related by marriage. Still, I take my breast health and my overall health very seriously. It's a good thing Obamacare became available for signup today.