Freedom from Loneliness
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- Sorry I’ve been away….I had the winter blues!
- Have you really thought about what you’re eating?
- How much of your life are you living on automatic pilot?
- Finding inspiration after a period of feeling very uninspired!
- How do I find my inspiration again? What should I do when I simply don’t feel inspired?
- Why am I still single? A little poll – please vote and tell me what you think! October 9, 2012
- That feeling of being in the waiting room … October 1, 2012
- Should I just be happy being single and stop looking for Mr Right? September 28, 2012
Category Archives: Inspiring Books
When I started Inspired! nearly two years ago, one of my first posts was about Laura Vanderkam’s book 168 Hours and how it had inspired me to write a list of 100 Dreams. I only posted 93 of my dreams … Continue reading
I’ve just come back from silent retreat. I’ll write about that in time – I’m still processing everything myself. But in the meantime, one of the things I found extremely moving whilst on the retreat was a book of paintings … Continue reading
Here’s a really inspiring idea: the Do Lectures. The Do Lectures apparently began in a field in Wales with the idea that “people who Do things can inspire the rest of us to go and Do things, too.”Go to the … Continue reading
There’s a difference between Loneliness and solitude. Needing someone and wanting someone. Allowing yourself to be used as a doormat and forgiving someone.
One of the people who is kindest to me in the whole world is on Death Row because he was found guilty of killing someone else. I have no idea if he actually committed this crime. The point is that … Continue reading
When I finish a really good book, I always feel sad that I’ve finished it. I wish I’d read a little slower. I wish I hadn’t reached the end. But then some books, like John-Paul Flintoff’s Through the eye of … Continue reading
“If you trust in life and give without any thought of receiving, whatever you need will come your way when you need it,” says Mark Boyle in The Moneyless Man, when he’s miraculously been given some new bicycle tyres just … Continue reading
Millions of self-help books are sold every year, generating billions of pounds and raising thousands upon thousands of hopes. Yet of all those millions of self-help books, few are ever read to the very end and even fewer are put … Continue reading
In his book The Moneyless Man, author Mark Boyle points out the irony that in the room we call the living room, the activity that we do most is watching TV. Does that count as living? I watch less TV … Continue reading