Loving Yourself Means Turning the Other Cheek

Turning the other cheek can mean different things to different people. Discover a meaning that you might not have previously considered. . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself Means Turning the Other Cheek

Self-Love In The Face Of Betrayal

Have you felt betrayed? Learn how to love yourself through this extremely challenging experience. . . . → Read More: Self-Love In The Face Of Betrayal

How To Love Yourself When Someone Is Being A Victim

Do you know how to love yourself in the face of someone complaining to you and being a victim? . . . → Read More: How To Love Yourself When Someone Is Being A Victim

Accessing Great Thoughts From Your Spiritual Guidance

By Margaret Paul, PhD December 27, 2016

Have you discovered what connects you with your spiritual Guidance and supports you in downloading ‘great thoughts?’

“All truly great thoughts are conceived while walking.” – Friedrich Nietzsche

I have been walking almost daily for about 50 years. I love my walks out in nature with . . . → Read More: Accessing Great Thoughts From Your Spiritual Guidance

Why Have Animals In Your Life

Discover the many good reasons for having animals in your life.

“Until a person has loved an animal a part of the soul remains unawakened.” ~Anatole France

People who love animals know that there are many very good reasons to have animals in your life.

Love and Presence

Animals who have been loved . . . → Read More: Why Have Animals In Your Life

Knowing the difference between caring and caretaking can sometimes be confusing. Discover how to tell the difference.


Have you sometimes wondered how to know the difference between caring and caretaking? This is the question that Arielle is asking:

“I’m mindful of my over-giving tendency. But often I don’t realize I’m caretaking until after the fact when I feel drained. How can I know (before I take the action) when my giving is really caretaking?”

To know the difference, you need to become aware of a number of issues. Here are some questions you can ask yourself:

Continue reading “How Can I Know When I’m Caring And When I’m Caretaking?”

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