Tag Archives: wisdom

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14 May

  Lately, I have been questioning myself every day during this terrible pandemic above many other things. And I would guess many of us are doing the same thinking during this time of quarantine. One of my strangest experiences of faith is quite different than most, which is feeling protected and safe during this quarantine. That I believe this must be coming from something else that is bigger than me because I am not experiencing the same kind of fear…..

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08 May

  I look forward every day for the White House news briefing. Without fail, President Trump lifts my spirits and brings hope every time. Especially, after reading the news media that penetrates facts to us all day long that pose all the dangers of Covid-19. At the end of the day, it is President Trump that shows up and brings wisdom and even humor for me to stay optimistic.   I believe President Trump is genuine and speaks from the…..

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07 Dec

 Photo Credit: A piece of my father, Carmen DeNofa’s beautiful artwork, Suffer the Little Children to Come Unto Me, that once hung on the walls of Saint Martin of Tours Church.   With 23 years between my two children, I entered a different world in 1995 when my second child was born. As an old-schooled mom, I wasn’t familiar and grew terribly confused by the aggressive parenting style I encountered the second time around. But I continued raising my second…..

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29 Jun

“Pray. Period! Don’t expect anything. Or better, expect nothing. Prayer cleanses us of expectations and allows holy will, providence, and life itself an entry. What could be more worth the effort — or the non-effort?” – Thomas Moore I find this quote by far the most powerful saving Grace of the infallible devotion of all traditional prayers. Have you given thought about what your saving prayers are? I am reminded of this even more these days. My wise 90-year-old aunt…..

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15 Oct

Imagine a mother with seventeen children, being aware of one missing child alone in her bedroom for too many hours. She then goes on to make all the necessary arrangements to let this child know that there’s a world outside waiting for her, and needs her. This is just one of the things my mother did for my youngest sister, Shirley, who was fourteen-years-old at the time.  I was married, and with a four-year-old daughter when I received a phone…..

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02 Oct

Fairly New Theory Has a Name Shortly after becoming a member on Red Room, I began posting my personal experiences of finding a genre that was related to my book Imprinted Wisdom that I was working on at that time. I realized now that I kept questioning myself, since I honestly didn’t fit into any one genre, religion, or organization until I found the Society of Emotional Intelligence. It dawned on me that emotional intelligence is the genre of all our stories. I have…..

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