I love trees, particularly big old gum trees. The other day I was walking along a bush path in a local reserve, stepping over fallen branches and small trees as I went. I began to contemplate how it is that so many branches, and even trees, fall down, without hurting anyone who happens to be walking along the paths. Sometimes even huge branches and large gum trees have ended up
Since I attended the animal communication workshop recently, I have been wondering what more I can do to help the animals. I already make regular contributions to a few animal charities and sign any animal rights petitions which cross my path. I have been thinking about what other ways I may be able to help to relieve the suffering of animals in the world. The answer came to me when
One of my spirit guides is a Native American woman, and I have often felt a strong connection to their culture and spiritual beliefs. I was therefore not surprised to be drawn once again to Denise Linn's Native Spirit Oracle Cards for inspiration for this week's blog. I was surprised, however, to find that rather than being led to write about one of these cards I was led to repost
I was moved to choose a card from Magical Messages from the Fairies Oracle Cards (Doreen Virtue PhD) today for inspiration for my blog. If you have been reading my previous blogs, you will know that I have been studying the book, Nature’s Way – Native Wisdom for Living in Balance with the Earth, by Ed McGaa, Eagle Man, as part of my course in Native American Spirituality at AIHT.
Love is the answer to all questions. But sometimes in life, the difficulty is not in finding the right answer, but in finding the right question. Once we have faith in God, we begin to understand that God is within us and within all those around us. Once we have faith in God and his angels, we come to expect that, no matter what the questions, the answers will come
As you may have guessed from some of my previous blogs, I used to think anyone who believed in fairies was weird. Although I have no physical proof of their existence, I am now confident that they are real. Along with Angela, the character in my books, Getting Used To Weird and We Are One, I have become one of those weird people. Angela had never considered that fairies could
Do we all have different answers to this question? Is the answer as individual as each of us is? I’ll give you my answer and you can tell me what you think. I want a world where every man, every woman, every child, every animal, and Mother Earth herself, are treated with respect. I want a world where every person on the Earth has sufficient food, water, shelter and security.