Month: December 2014

It’s there, and it’s real!

Just open your eyes and SEE.

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Nothing is impossible

If you believe in an idea and believe in the ability to make something happen, then nothing at all is impossible.

That said, begin 2015 with an idea.

Think about what you have longed to achieve.

It doesn’t have to be a huge thing. Even a small thing is a big thing when it’s accomplished.

Forget about setting resolutions for the new year. Instead, focus on something you have dreamed about, something that you have longed to accomplish but never set out to do. (more…)

It’s truly amazing…isn’t it?

Another gem from the late Dr. Carl Sagan.

He was in touch with his beloved cosmos. Deeply in touch.

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Maybe it’ll happen in 2015!

Just live each day to the fullest and let things happen as they will.

And they WILL.

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Look ahead!

as we near the end of the year

let us look not behind us

instead let us see what paths may be

and take the one that most inspires us

© 2014 Echo LaVeaux

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Merry Christmas to ALL!

Whether you celebrate the season religiously or secularly…may this Christmas be a day full of beauty, love, and MAGIC.

Peace and joy from the LaVeaux family to yours.

Pagan Poetry – Björk

In my humble opinion, one of the most magnificent songs this Icelandic songstress has ever written. It feels wintery, cold and icy…a musical segue into the winter season.

Listen and fall into the magic.

Won’t you join me in my church?

Nature is my church, my cathedral…the place where I feel closest to Source. Where God lives and breathes and nourishes. Enter and look deep. You will be amazed at the wisdom waiting there for you to discover.

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Do it…and do it again

Great advice. Do it, do it again, and keep doing it.

You are only as old as you think you are. If you feel young, you ARE young.

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And now that winter is here…

Darkness is slowly giving way to the emerging light.

Roll with the winter…it leads to rebirth.

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