Today Alice Casey and Jane Bouza, from the Awakened Heart Spiritual Center, talked about Radical Forgiveness. Alice and Jane give a workshop based on the book, Radical Forgiveness, by Colin Tipping. Joseph and I took that class a couple years ago and got a lot out of it.
Alice and Jane have been doing this workshop for a long time and had great tips and examples. The next one they are teaching is in May; You can find the information here: Radical Forgiveness. If you’re interested in the center was peaked, learn more: Awakened Heart Spiritual Center
I talked about two places where the meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance. They were the Delco Chamber where Victorious Woman and Realtor Maureen Ingelsby received the Business Person of the Year award and The Exchange Club of West Chester . In the same vein, I talked about the pathetic school in Pine Bush New York.
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Here are two “feel good” ideas:
- The new celeb rage for Epsom Salts baths…but it’s an old, old remedy for stiff joints and tired muscles. Learn more about the Edgar Cayce remedy here: Epsom Salts Baths
- Turning cheap wine into good wine, put it into your blender for 30 seconds. Here’s the segment about it: GMA
I had two quotes today. I got a kick out of this one from President Kennedy: “Forgive your enemies, but never forget their names.” I really like that one!
And Joan Lunden said something that’s right in line with what Jane and Alice were saying,
“Holding on to anger, resentment and hurt only gives you tense muscles,
a headache and a sore jaw from clenching your teeth.
Forgiveness gives you back the laughter and the lightness in your life.”
BTW: What do you think about the absence of the pledge of allegiance at meetings, saying the pledge in Arabic or singing the Spanish-language version of the Star-Spangled Banner? Let me know…just hit “comment” and I’ll post it.