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A funny, short song about the Holiday Dinner Party and everyone's different food preferences and predilections. Share the laughs with your family and friends. (It uses three off-color words—for those who might object.)
The best gift you can give yourself and others is the gift of health. For some of your holiday gifts, here's a suggestion: When you scroll halfway down on my Homepage, you'll find out how to get my popular series of 7 Natural Remedy Booklet/CD combos as a BONUS GIFT with each Trio Book Set — and they all come with an autographed card from yours truly.
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays: My gift to you is a cookbook Conscious Cuisine: Recipes from Unity Inn that you'll find at the bottom of this newsletter. This color book combines recipes/photos with positive affirmations.
The only blind person at Christmastime is he who has not Christmas in his heart.
~ Helen Keller
'Tis the Season of Miracles
Welcome to the wonderful months of November and December, the last two months of this year. With all of the holiday- and calorie-rich foods you'll probably be consuming, here are some delicious recipes with a secret ingredient to help you lighten the load and keep off extra weight.
The month of November is named after the Latin word, "novem," which means nine. Given that it is our 11th month, that's a bit confusing, but that's because March started the ancient Roman year, so for our ancestors, it was the ninth month. December got its name from the word "decem" or "ten" because it was originally the tenth month of the year in the early Roman calendar.
Each year seems to be passing by more quickly and with each year, I want to live more fully, shine more brightly, and celebrate each day with more gusto. How about you? Many of you have already subscribed to this newsletter. When you sign up, you are automatically entered into a weekly drawing and could win a FREE consultation with me for 90 minutes. Here's more information on how to Subscribe & Win.
We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.
~ Winston Churchill
This is such a special time of the year; a time to reflect on what we’ve learned over the past year, and all of the experiences that made us who we are today. And it’s also a time to ponder what we want to create in 2015 – with a view toward always growing, learning, dreaming BIG, and manifesting our highest visions.
This lovely photo of Santa Claus is for you because he is looking over his list to see whether you have been naughty or nice, to see what you hope for over this holiday season, and what heartfelt dreams you hold for your life in 2015. Whatever your heart’s desires are — and for many during these more difficult economic times, your wish may be for more prosperity (see the article below on attracting more wealth and prosperity) — you can bring them to fruition. You are the architect and leader of your life. But achieving your goals and living from a deep sense of purpose and authenticity begins in your consciousness and grows up from your level of self-esteem.
Choose to Live Fully
So many of us want to improve our lives: simply living means trying to find one’s path, questing after a higher way, and seeking deeper answers to problems we encounter or larger philosophical questions we wish to better understand. In each newsletter, I draw from the great minds of history as well as a range of literary, religious, and contemporary sources. I present nuggets of wisdom to savor, my favorite and most effective tips to be vibrantly healthy, a variety of natural remedies and recommendations from my private practice, and the latest scientific studies that reveal what you’ll want to know to be healthy, happy, empowered, peaceful, and filled with joy — day in and day out.
There is nothing that will do more good for you in terms of being vibrantly healthy, energetic, and youthful than a regular fitness program, as I discuss below. Develop a well-rounded fitness plan that includes strength training, aerobics, and stretching. Make this program a top priority in your life, and stay committed to it! Start now before January arrives.
If you think you're too old or tired to exercise and get healthy, this short video of a 96-year-old yoga instructor in New York might inspire you get moving.
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When you have a few minutes of extra time, here are some heart-warming videos.
How doctors (Bill Cosby) deliver a baby from a little girl point of view. Click
Here's a two-year-old boy dancing the jive to an Elvis song. Click
Violinist Andre Rieu paying tribute to Frank Sinatra in New York. Click
Do you know your state flower in America? Here are all 50. Click
If you love children/dogs, here's a video of a very patient dog and his companion. Click
A beautiful, hungry cockatoo feeding a very gentle dog some spaghetti. Click
It's a 14-second video of what this smart dog does when it's cold; it's cute and memorable. Click
And this is one of the most moving videos that I've seen. I hope you enjoy it and "pass it on." It's almost 10 minutes long and it will inspire you to spread some kindness in your day. Click
A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions and the roots spring up and make new trees."
~ Amelia Earhart