Tag Archives: self-prejudice

{a poem} Flat Forehead and a Smile

I look in the mirror, What do I see? To my surprise it’s a frown, staring back at me.   What’s this? I ask, How can it be? Unrecognizable. Foreign. Is that really me?   And those lines resting high, … Continue reading

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A heart to heart conversation about Love and Santa …

As part of my daily meditation practice I stand in front of the mirror and ask God, “what would you have me know today?” The answer I received this morning was, “I want you to know that you are loved.” … Continue reading

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Quick thoughts about Unworthiness, Inequality, and Prejudice

For many people, success is a measurement of self-value and self-worth. In all of my combined years as a traditional financial advisor and wealth empowerment coach, I have found that most people equate their sense of worth to how much money they make, what they have, … Continue reading

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