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Positive Affirmations for 2020

Ending 2020 with Positive Affirmations I'm a firm believer in the power of affirmations. We have reached the end of 2020 and are very much in need of some powerful positivity. So when you begin to feel a bit overwhelmed as we close out this year, use these affirmations as your guide to peace and patience.  Let's begin to heal ourselves, the nation and the world. Michael Corthell _______________________ Today, I look for the beauty in everyone and everything. (via  Heal Your Life ) I am grateful for all the good that is coming my way. (via  Heal Your Life ) Today I take a moment to count my blessings. (via  Heal Your Life ) Traffic jams around the holidays give me time to do more affirmations. (via  Heal Your Life ) I have unlimited energy during the holidays and I use it well. (via  Heal Your Life ) I share my love and holiday joy with everyone I meet. (via  Heal Your Life ) My home is a happy place to be during the holidays. (via  Heal Your Life ) Throughout the holidays, I a

There is Reason for Optimism in 2021

  by Michael Corthell “A time to tear down and a time to build up.” — King Solomon, Ecclesiastes Most people began 2020 with all the hope and optimism that marks any new year. Little did any of us know that a deadly pandemic was beginning on the other side of the world that would have a tremendous impact on people's lives. As we reach the end of this momentous year, millions are feeling that 2020 has been the absolute worst year of their lives. But, history has tells us that all bad things will pass, and that good days will come again. “Everything has its time. There is a time for everything under heaven.” Pete Seeger famously rearranged the words for the song “Turn! Turn! Turn!'' (To Everything There Is a Season) In 1965, it was adapted by The Byrds and became an instant hit. 2020: a time to tear down Many verses in Ecclesiastes seem relevant are a perfect fit for 2020. It was a time to die. Large numbers of our neighbors died from the coronavirus. It was a time to kill

about Courage

  “Whatever you do, you need courage. Whatever course you decide upon, there is always someone to tell you that you are wrong. There are always difficulties arising that tempt you to believe your critics are right. To map out a course of action and follow it to an end requires some of the same courage that a soldier needs. Peace has its victories, but it takes brave men and women to win them.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson