I embrace my kookiness! I am me!
I love myself, people, animals and life.
I am a spiritual woman who is not afraid of new ideas and willing to learn and adapt.
I occasionally face some anxiety from my past relationship but it is under control.
I am open minded, respectful and accepting of others’ cultures, beliefs and religions.
I love this Earth and pray for her and her inhabitants. I respect and treasure all life. But don’t allow harmful lives into my life or my home.
I love the One responsible for making this Earth, however the Creator did it.
I am a thankful, caring, loving person who wants peace, both inner and outer for all.
I do have trouble forgiving anyone who is cruel or purposefully negligent of a dependent, whether the dependent be wife, husband, child, animal, sentient being or an Innocent of the world.
I try to believe those who enjoy the suffering of others are sick or broken in some horrible way. I try to pray that they will find the way to healing and peace someday. But I admit I don’t pray this often enough.
I try to make a difference in the world by making a difference in the little part of the world that I live in by being kind, helpful, non judgmental, supportive, friendly and positive as often as possible.
I try to show the love of God to others. I believe we, as a world are one dysfunctional family who needs to find more love and acceptance for each other.
I cherish the beauty and wonder of the little things in life: the softness of a cat’s fur; the laughter of children; the beauty of a sunrise; the amazing way a spider knows how to spin its web. There are so many life forms that survive in such wondrous ways.
I am thankful for my life and marvel at its growth and development: scars, wrinkles, joys, sorrows, and all of the experiences I have had. They all merged into one person and made me me!
I am grateful to the multitudes of people who are making a difference! Those who are kind and thoughtful, compassionate and empathetic. To those who go the extra mile to help others, may they be blessed.
I am grateful to those who love the often unlovable, the elderly, the sick, the grumpy: they will grow spiritually and as humans, whether they are able to impact the lives of others or not. By their own gained wisdom, patience and understanding they too will make the world a better place just by being themselves.
I am thankful to all who are working in positive ways to make our Earth a better place.
I am frequently amazed at this world and the lives of its inhabitants, which are so varied in culture, religion, and lifestyle. We are a family. We are “wondrously made.”