Learning from My Parents’ Divorce

I never understood why my parents decided to divorce, and it haunted me for years. Why did I suddenly have a ‘broken’ home? Why couldn’t I have two parents like everyone else?When I began to build my own home, I stopped asking why. I realized that I still have two parents, and that the way my parents handled their divorce was a real blessing. When they decided to share custody, they really meant it.They went together to every parent-teacher conference. They made our bar and bat mitzvahs together. They sat…

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Relationship Breakup – Learning to Love Again

After a relationship break down the painful event remains stored in each partner as a memory that has embedded within it energy that hinders one’s ability to return to a new relationship easily or at all. For many this outcome feels severely limiting. Did you know that such an outcome is not only “not” normal it is also completely unnecessary! Let me explain.Human beings on this planet are so used to believing that negative memories are inherently part of their past, that they teach them positive lessons about life, that…

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The Discipline of Learning

“Study to show thyself approved…”-2 Timothy 2:15 Here is another simple, yet helpful, article taken from the GraceCommunityBlog, which I really wanted to also include here on my own blog as I get started.1 Thessalonians 4:8 tells us that “..this is the will of God, your sanctification..” Doctrine matters. Theology matters. And a proper understanding of these things is important to God, because truth matters to God.The KJV translates 2 Timothy 2:15 as thus; “Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the…

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