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The Language-of-Love
You usually don't have profound experiences at the dental office but this day was different.  As the hygienist adjusted the back of the chair, while listening to meditative music, I found myself staring at a magical poster on the ceiling. I noticed the vivid colors of the sky as the sun was setting and the beautiful rock formations that were jutting out from the ocean. Underneath the poster was a quote by Henry David Thoreau.
You cannot perceive beauty but with a serene mind.
Insights Along the Way 
For the last three years I have been hosting the Inspire Possibility show and, along the way, have been blessed by some amazing wisdom teachers, all contributing to who I am today. Let me share some of their insights:
Things change. You have to prepare yourself so that you can flow with these changes.  The average person today has six or seven careers. For various reasons, friendships and relationships change. Sometimes there is no reason. And of course there are health challenges along the way. 
Smile in the mirror. Do that every morning and you'll start to see a big difference in your life. 
Yoko Ono
What if?
A new paradigm from which to relate to life emerges.  
As you continue to expand and evolve what emerges is a shift to the positive side of change. In this paradigm, waking up each day, excited, with a smile on your face-even with all the loose ends and uncertainty, is what real success is.
Throughout the years we've heard the expression that a picture is worth a thousand words. 
A few days ago I was making a few changes to my website. While searching on the internet, I came across this image that hit home.
Do We Really Create Our Own Reality?
If you are reading along with me, you probably have heard or read many times that your thoughts create your reality. The bigger question, which I have wondered about at times, is whether this is true. All we know for sure is that at times it has been true, and at other times, it hasn't.
Dear Uncertainty,
Thanks for also essentially being possibility. I'm a lot more into you when I think of you in that way.
All the best, Leah
I have to admit that I don't know Leah. Just last week in the preparation phase of a presentation on Uncertainty, I discovered her handwritten note on the internet.
In the midst of a storm, I looked up into the sky and knew that I would see the sun somewhere hidden in the clouds and the darkness, trying to peek through. It was then that I looked for the rainbow I knew would be there.