Daily Affirmations: Truth

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To Be Empowered… I accept that what is truth for me, may not be truth for another. I accept that each person is entitled to their own view and I do not always have to agree with that view. I accept that others need not agree with mine, as well. To Be Empowered… I accept the differences in everyone. ~ Pamela J. Leavey

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Photo: Turtle in Hellcat Swamp at Parker River National Wildlife Refuge ~ c. Pamela J. Leavey 2013

Daily Affirmations: Tenuous

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Today I re-mind myself that everything is tenuous, blowing in the breeze of life. Nothing stays the same, everything changes. I commit today to go with the flow, each and every day. ~ Pamela J. Leavey

marshwrenPhoto: Marsh Wren at Hellcat Swamp in the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge ~ c. Pamela J. Leavey 2013

Daily Affirmations: The Path

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Today, I re-mind myself that though the path may seem difficult at times, I can make it up the steepest slope, I can navigate the toughest way and I can persevere. – Pamela J. Leavey

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Photo: Hellcat Swamp Dune Trail – © Pamela J. Leavey 2012

Daily Affirmations: My Word

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Today, I re-mind myself that I am my word. I takes steps today and every day to make certain that my word not be more than I can be. My word is powerful, I use it wisely. – Pamela J. Leavey

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Photo: Spring at Hellcat Swamp at the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge ~ © Pamela J. Leavey 2012

Daily Affirmations: Choices

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Today, I re-mind myself that there are always choices in my life. When negative thoughts arise today, I choose to release those thoughts and replace them with positive thoughts. If fearful thoughts arise, I choose to replace them with loving thoughts. If feelings of lack arise, I choose to replace them with thoughts of how full my life is. ~ Pamela Leavey

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Photo: Red Wing Black Bird on Bird House at Hellcat Swamp ~ © Pamela J. Leavey

Food For Thought: Joyful Planet

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“But how can there be a joyful planet without its being inhabited by joyful people? Our embrace of joy doesn’t rob others of the possibility. Quite the opposite is true – it liberates them, if they choose to be liberated.” – Marianne Williamson – A Woman’s Worth

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Photo: Hellcat Swamp at the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge ~ © Pamela J. Leavey 2012