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SPIRITUALITY Purrfectly Speaking
2004-10-01

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WHEW!! I am one tired puppy. Do you have any idea how difficult it is to be an employee on the rise while having to be on the defense; president of your own company; creator of eCourses that are meant to jolt you into awareness of your true authentic self; a mother; a Godmother; a girlfriend; a daughter; a student; a diversity consultant; a web designer; a training coordinator; a columnist for Identity, www.empowermag.com, www.swirlmagazine.net; a friend and a life coach?

Why am I such an over-achiever? Because I have a vision. My vision is that in some shape, form or fashion through one of my many venues, I can touch someone's spirit. I can show at least one person that they are the most important thing in the world. That they do have a plan and a purpose for being here and with my help, together we can identify what that is. That they can always choose PEACE rather than the life they are living right now. It is our birthright to live happy and peaceful lives; yet we become stagnant, content if you will in our current places. Blaming everything and everybody else for our troubles.

It seems so simple doesn't it; then why not go for it? Even when you offer people something for nothing, because of their distrust or disgust with previous offers, they do not even take you up on it. What is it that stops you from progressing forward? Even when there are people, books, conferences and workshops all around you that point the way to FREEDOM from your mind. What are you afraid of? Is it that once you know the truth you will no longer be able to hide behind your excuses? Is it that you will have to take responsibility for your own actions and behaviors? Is it that living a life of NOT being miserable is scarier than stepping out and creating a new one?

Do you think you will cease to exist if you are not who you always knew yourself to be? That you will no longer have CONTROL? Will you allow me to show you how you CAN cease to exist ... but only as the person that was not in tune or in touch with their true selves? We can uncover and get in touch with the you that has been lying dormant for so long. Will you allow me to bring you out of darkness into the awareness of your truth? I have to warn you that it is not easy, but I can tell you that I have one way that is ABSOLUTELY FREE, no strings attached. All you have to do is go to my Web site: www.purrfectharmonyinc.com and sign up for my FREE 6-Day eCoaching eCourse at the bottom of the homepage.

What are you waiting for? Take a chance on your own personal development of self instead of always having a judgment or opinion about what others SHOULD be doing. That's if you can stand facing YOUR OWN TRUTH!

anita@purrfectharmonyinc.com

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HRC ADDS RELIGION SECTION

TO ONLINE RESOURCES

The Human Rights Campaign Foundation FamilyNet project has added a new religion section to its array of online resources at www.hrc.org/religion. The section provides overviews of organizational positions toward gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people, quotes and profiles of supportive clergy, a discussion of the Bible and homosexuality, and highlights of polling on the topic.

According to the new material, a growing number of religious groups have issued statements officially welcoming gay, lesbian and bisexual people—and sometimes transgender people—as members and condemning discrimination.


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