We are pleased to announce that Judy Prescott's award-winning book is now available in digital eBook form for enjoyment on the iPad, Kindle, Nook and iPhone.
We are pleased to announce that Judy Prescott’s award-winning book is now available in digital eBook form for enjoyment on the iPad, Kindle, Nook and iPhone.
The holiday fun is over (for now) and we’ve entered into the longest and most depressing part of winter. Are you already fed-up with spending endless hours stuck behind a desk? Tired of staring at a screen? So, what to do? We have a tempting idea . . .
Author, Judy Prescott, writes on how last month’s armed assault on our collective peace has left our heads spinning and how when a member of our human society is troubled, fearful, or ill, it is our business to engage him. How can we find the courage and compassion within ourselves to ask the question, “How can I help?”
Just in case you are a little lost, here is some instruction on how to re-install your OS program, yes, the one that we all desperately need…
We are so busy working, achieving, creating, making, manufacturing, doing anything to be better, earn more, make more, be more, that we sometimes forget what it is that really matters.
So, the question is: what are you taking in your life — crumbs or Love Force? What do you or don’t you believe is yours for the taking: a relationship, a new job, a new house, a new life – something you’d really LOVE to have.
So, if on this Valentine’s Day you are wondering “if he/she really loves you” know that you are asking the wrong question. The question you really need to be asking is “Do I really love me?”
Last year was super busy. We moved house, had two weddings, a honeymoon and a 50th birthday party. As a result a lot of little jobs went unfinished. One of those jobs was planting three trays of small plants that I’d bought in April. They spent 10 months patiently waiting to be planted. Sitting happy in their seedling trays. They flowered, they grew some, and miraculously none of them died!
Last week I was finally inspired, and found the time to plant these little beauties.
And what did I find . . .