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Breathe, Breath of God, Please Breathe | Finding Hope in Your Journey Through Grief

A beautiful story from Kristina Risinger about renewing hope after great loss.  ​”Grief has the power to seize breath and create feelings of suffocation. However, once breath is restored, grief has the propensity for fostering amazing growth and purpose.”   Breathing is the most effortless action we will ever take, yet in some moments we find […]

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Spellbound by the Circus Spotlight

Determined to fulfill her life-long dream to shine in the spotlight, Mara quits her job and runs away with the circus, where she learns the ultimate lesson in vulnerability Secretly I always wanted to be on stage and shine in the spotlight. When I was twenty-six years old,  I quit my security job in Switzerland, to run […]

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Say YES to Happy by Krista O’Reilly-Davi-Digui

Short, meaningful story about Happiness.  Taking a walk on a New Orleans street, Krista ponders on Happiness.  How can you be happy when not all in the world is right?My husband and I walked along a noisy New Orleans street, glasses steaming up from the humidity, our bellies full from an amazing meal.We felt happy. […]

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“You’d Be Pretty Without Those Scars” by Karletta Marie

Short story about discovering what true beauty really means …   Subscribe The scent of nail varnish, L’Oreal shampoo and hair dye settle in my nostrils.  The mirror clad walls reflect soft down-lights on ivory coloured tiles, and I hear Mariah Carey’s,  “I don’t wanna cry” playing in the background.   I’m draped in an unflattering […]

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The Last Time | Savour Every Moment

Photograph by Bruno Nascimento”Is this the last time?” Jenny asked.A special reminder:appreciate life right now, instead of in hindsight.Yesterday I went for a walk along the beach with Benj. He’s nine and a half.  Holding hands has been a no-no for a while now.  It was sunny, the sea was sparkling, we were chatting. Me:  Can […]

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