Especially for Women

Oh, What a Beautiful Morning

Posted by on Apr 7, 2014 in Articles and Stories by Others, Catch All Happiness, Especially for Women, Happiness, Miscellaneous Inspirations | Comments Off on Oh, What a Beautiful Morning

When you first open your eyes in the morning, what is the first thought that crosses your mind? “Good God, it’s morning!” or “Good morning, God.” Especially if fatigue permeates you or the pressures nip at your heals, it may be a challenge to ignite your optimism for the day. If you can embrace that your attitude shapes your outcome, and choose over and over the path of joy, even if step by step, soon sustainable joy will be a way of life, regardless of your circumstances. I find great joy in passing along the reminders that come my way to keep me on course. I am...

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Book Review – The Power of T. E. D.

Posted by on Oct 15, 2007 in Books Worth Meandering, Especially for Women | 0 comments

This is a book you will return to often. It’s a great gift for someone who needs a nudge out of being a victim, especially if that someone is you! This story and its message is simple, clear, and memorable. If you are ready to break free of the ‘drama triangle’ and hang up co-dependency once and for all, give The Power of T. E. D. a read. It will definitely put you on a smoother road to happiness. With co-creative freinds and founders, Ann Smith and Carol Hansen Grey at Circle Connections (, we are formulating a Circle Connections Leadership...

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Something that will bring a smile to the face of Mom’s…

Posted by on Oct 9, 2007 in Especially for Women, Happiness | 0 comments

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Posted by on Mar 5, 2007 in Especially for Women, Happiness, Rhonda's Reflections | 0 comments

Hello Friends, Traveling Companions, Like each of us, I imagine, it is my longing to made a difference in some way… to live, to laugh, to love, and to leave a meaningful legacy. This week my grandsons and daughters have been ill with the flu while managing an onslaught of other life circumstances that seem to come all at once. At times like these it is hard being so many miles away. Every alarm goes off in my ‘mommy’ soul that I am to be there to fix it somehow, or at least be there to provide a comforting cloth applied to a weary forehead. Sick or well, there is nothing...

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The Journey Toward Real Magic

Posted by on Jan 31, 2007 in Especially for Women, Happiness, Quotes, Rhonda's Reflections | Comments Off on The Journey Toward Real Magic

“Have in your mind that which would constitute a miracle for you. Get the vision. Suspend disbelief and skepticism. Allow yourself to take the journey toward real magic.” — Wayne Dyer The Law of Attraction calls first for you to know what you don’t want. From this you then can more easily define clearly what you do want. But manifesting does not stop there. You must not only vision what you want in your minds eye, but you must feel it in every fiber of your being. Drink in the feelings and emotions of having what you long for as if it were already yours. Surrender...

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The Prayer of Thank You

Posted by on Jan 25, 2007 in Especially for Women, Happiness, Quotes, Rhonda's Reflections | Comments Off on The Prayer of Thank You

“If the only prayer you ever said was ‘Thank You’, that would be enough.” — Meister Eckhart Humble and authentic gratitude is indeed a powerful prayer. To be grateful for not only big things, but simple blessings can carry us beyond challenging circumstances with a greater sense of contentment. One of the greatest heartaches we feel is a lack of acknowledgement. Too seldom are we fully appreciated for our contributions and not often enough do we appreciate the gifts of others sent our way. Yet, it is these simple gestures that grows true happiness and expands...

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Old Habits Die Hard

Posted by on Jan 23, 2007 in Especially for Women, Happiness, Quotes, Rhonda's Reflections | Comments Off on Old Habits Die Hard

“The central method for achieving a happier life is to train your mind in a daily practice that weakens negative attitudes and strengthens positive ones.” — The Dalai Lama Old habits die hard. Many of us hinder our happiness, trapped by the habit of negative thinking. Our unconscious focus is on all that seems not to be working. This expands that reality, and causes us to miss the simple wonders that far out-number any obstacles and irritations. Look around you for 30 seconds and memorize everything that is the color brown. Now, close your eyes, and call out all the things...

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Imagine a Woman

Posted by on Nov 1, 2006 in Articles and Stories by Others, Especially for Women, Quotes, Websites Worth Wandering | 0 comments

Imagine a woman who believes it is right and good she is a woman. A woman who honors her experience and tells her stories. Who refuses to carry the sins of others within her body and life. Imagine a woman who trusts and respects herself. A woman who listens to her needs and desires. Who meets them with tenderness and grace. Imagine a woman who acknowledges the past’s influence on the present. A woman who has walked through her past. Who has healed into the present. Imagine a woman who authors her own life. A woman who exerts, initiates, and moves on her own behalf. Who refuses to...

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Full of Grace

Posted by on Sep 26, 2006 in Especially for Women, Happiness, Rhonda's Reflections | 0 comments

Everybody can be great. because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love. ~ Martin Luther King, Jr. ~ Rhonda: I am back from a retreat weekend, a few days with amazing women devoted to the power of shared leadership, authentic communication, and self-appreciation to make an important difference in the world. I have shared treasured time with ‘souls generated by love’ and ‘hearts full of grace.’ I am h

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Posted by on Aug 17, 2006 in Articles and Stories by Others, Especially for Women | 0 comments

I am a BEAUTIFUL WOMAN, with a beauty that doesn’t wash off. I earned it, unearthed it, rescued it like a jewel in the dust, picked it up and made it shine. For years, I did not see it, though I sensed it was there. Now it dazzles and thrives. I am healthy, capable, independent, strong yet still so fragile, floored by a sigh. My body is that of a creator—–angles meeting curves, hardness drifting into soft. I am mother, daughter, sister, lover to myself. Embraceable and brave, I extend my heart. My body is home, my home a shrine to life, comfortable, warm and rich with...

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