The Spirituality of the Name Tag Job

I work part-time a few days a week checking-in baggage for airlines. It’s the airport, so I run into innumerable personalities every day at work.  Some people are indifferent, and some become angry with me because my technology, or federal rules, won’t allow me to serve their expectations. Many people are understanding,…

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Dog Lesson 5: LOVE and SERVICE

I was reading something online (and now I can’t remember where or by whom), but it talked about service and love being synonymous. The timing is perfect in my life for this message. My grandmother is ill, and my family has rallied around, ensuring she is well-taken care of. She…

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Ugly People Force Us To Change

I had a tarot session with a friend/client a couple of weeks ago who was having a very difficult time with a person she worked with. My friend has been with her employer for over 10 years. A new co-worker came on board about a year ago, and she is apparently making everybody’s life a living hell at work. As my friend explained this other woman’s actions, I was appalled the employer hadn’t yet stepped in to stop this obvious workplace bully. All I can do is feel sorry for the ugliness coming from the other person.

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Broke (for now) and Fine (always)

Mike Jagger sang, “You can’t always get what you want…. but you get what you need.”  This is my life right now, and I’m fine with that. In the previous two years, I have lived a relatively comfortable material life from a good-paying job as a travel agent. I left…

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Experience Sweetness

If you were raised on candy, you wouldn’t truly understand how sweet it is unless you also tasted bitter and sour (you would also likely get diabetes and die young). Life is like candy. The difficult, bitter experiences we encounter allow us to appreciate the bits of sweetness that we also…

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