When your prayers and intentions are answered to their highest fulfillment, at the space and time of your greatest need;
That’s the time to understand what it truly means to give thanks and praise.
There are no small miracles; all miracles are magnificient in the blessings they bestow us.
Give ample thanks to whichever being(s)/entity watches over you and you believe in. Be it: God, Source, Universe, Goddess, Angels, Mother Earth.
Dance, sing, laugh, pray, hug, pay it forward;
Give thanks in its multitude of forms. The energy will only expand and come back to you again.
Thank you, Thank You, THANK YOU!!!
Celebrating Lighter, Brighter and FULLER lives! ♥
I know many men and women alike will take offense to what I’m about to reveal. But, let me first say that I am in no way “bashing” men. I love men. Period! I am the Mother to a glorious male child, I appreciate men in all their natural, artistic, compassionate, nurturing, sensual and hardworking forms, I am a friend to many wonderful male friends…one of my dearest friends and guides is my Father. So no, I do not have a “hate-on” for men. We are all, male and female alike, comprised of both masculine and feminine energies. The more we honour this, the more integrated and authentic we become as human beings.
But I digress, while this is a subject is a departure from my typical writings, it has taken precedence in many of my conversations with others of late. Women of all ages have been engaging with me regarding their dating and relationship experiences (as women do). And, woefully the conversation always comes back to, Why Women Lose Interest in Men. I’m not referring to bedroom techniques, what’s in his financial portfolio, or the fact he no longer goes to the gym; despite what many articles on the subject would have you believe most women really are NOT that shallow. In fact, as you read on you’ll discover that is the crux of the problem! Continue reading
In part 3 of my 4-part miniseries of life and well-being advice/guidance seeking open letters from the community with my responses, Struggling for Motivation seeks support in managing their time and staying motivated while being in school:
Dear Coach Melanie,
I am a post-secondary student and lately I’ve been struggling to stay motivated. My class schedule is full-time and incredibly intense; I’m expected to dedicate several hours a week on a single class, and I can’t seem to find enough hours in the day to do everything, so I procrastinate. Continue reading