#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for November, 2005

My good friend, Debbie Macomber….

Is featured in the November issue of “Guideposts”. Her story would be inspiring to anyone, but especially to aspiring writers. Please check it out!

Are you writing in your journals?

Are you trying to live from your next-best self (no quantum leaps, remember), instead of your ego?

Good for you.

As we begin this new month, with Thanksgiving looming on the horizon, let’s talk about gratitude.

One of the many things I am grateful for is my longstanding friendship with Debbie Macomber. Another is…YOU.

You’ve made so many dreams come true. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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The Middle Self

I am as excited today as an astronomer who has just discovered a “new”, as in previously unrecognized, planet!

We spoke a little yesterday about the ego–the shallow, low-level self that is really an overgrown, petulant and spoiled child, with one mantra fitfully offered: Me, Me, ME! We also touched on the True Self, which is the purest essence of being, made wholly of love.

Obviously, the span between these two poles is extreme, to say the least, a gap too wide to bridge in everyday life, surely. I was journaling about that when I realized that there is yet

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The typical Pony Express rider was nineteen years old and made $100-$150 per month plus room and board.

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