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Joy & Peace

I sit here knowing and understanding the beauty of the Universe. This morning, as I was writnig out what I manifest, what is already here in the Vortex, I typed "I am open to love". In the past, this has not been the case, but I choose to be open to love and be open to the kind of relationship I believe can exist.

As soon as I clicked Send, I turned my head toward my wonderful wall of windows and looked at the catholic church that sits there. Usually I rarely look at it as its usually surrounded by homeless or doing some sort of church service, but today there were 5 men in tuxes standing out front. It was immediately obvious there was a wedding happening soon. I watched them, amused as they tried to figure out how to put the flowers in the button holes and I watched as the bridesmaids and bride appeared. As I watched, picture taking took place and a cop stopped right in front of the church so the photographer could step out into the street to take just the right pic.

Weddings…

First term down . . .

Yes, its been awhile since I blogged - I know:)

I have been so focused on my first term in school, that I haven't been visiting the web very much. Since classes ended last week, I have found myself mulling over the last year. It was in June 2008 that I knew I was ready to go ahead with learning more and getting a hold on me and my future. It was July 21, 2008, that I started with the Boundless Living Challenge.

Now, here I am, a little over a year later. What a change a year makes. I am so happy, so joyful. I have true focus in my life and love what I am doing. I see challenges for what they are and don't let them affect me. Basically, in the span of a year, I have become a completely different person.

I don't know many people that can honestly say this - but I can. Change, which so many of us shirk and shy away from is so easy if we but stop the doubts and push ahead, can happen so quickly and easily. It feels effortless.

I look at other: friends of mine or my mother's wh…