Busy but Balanced

Many of us don't make the space in our lives to pause and examine; we just don't have that kind of time. If we do manage to slow down and probe, we might only skim the surface and our current problems or material desires. Sometimes examining our lives requires too much follow-up and we feel overwhelmed by the prospect. . . .

I believe you have the potential to live a balanced, alive, joy-filled life. You can make a difference in your children's futures, manifest your own dreams, and create a soulful home. . . . Your family can't help but benefit as this grace radiates to them. They will, in turn, begin creating their own blueprints for fulfilling lives and be sustained at home as they move these dreams into action. . . .

Creating a calmer, more connected family begins with honoring your own mind, body, and spirit—fueling yourself so you can nurture your most important relationships.

Once you commit to creating more balance in your life and a unified family . . . you will find doors opening and events occurring and events occuring to assist you.

From the introduction to Busy but Balanced by Mimi Doe
(St. Martin's Griffin, New York, ©2001).

Mother love SURVIVES
May 13, 2002

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