Never bite the hand that supports you!

There are times when we need to take account of what we do and our actions, to take assessment of how we treat people and always remember those who support us – through the good and bad times.

Spend time each week being retrospective and most of all grateful.  Gratitude is something we seem to give little importance to and yet it is the most important of all.

I have been through domestic violence and came out the other end far wiser and appreciative of life.  I don’t carry any ill about what happened and more and more I feel that every step in life is part of the path to knowledge and knowing.

If you help someone, let it be unconditional.  The world doesn’t owe you anything and nor does anyone.  No matter what you go through be appreciative of the small things.

I love where I have been and where I am going and enjoy the journey around me and definitely the one that goes on inside of me.  Sometimes it’s not about words its about the silence and the energy that is in the silence.  Just remember be every grateful and never bite the hand that supports you – you may need them again someday.



A Question of Faith in Yourself!

Faith – a highly personal matter!

Faith is a highly personal and often difficult matter to articulate.   Not knowing how to state your faith doesn’t make it any less genuine but at some point we have to state to ourselves, what our faith means… especially to our Self.

Do you believe in something greater than yourself, do you believe in yourself at all for that matter?  When you question your faith, start with what’s inside you.  Next, how do you connect to others?  How much do you give of yourself each day and how much do you hold on too tightly?  Does your faith let you take a risk in your life, whether business or personal?  Are you open to your family and friends?

This year take this opportunity to question your faith and your belief in Self. Each day take a moment to yourself and confirm what you believe, what you are a part of.  This is not about religion more about your spirituality and the metaphysical connection to yourself and the world around you and, most definitely, what you can’t see.