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Margit Cathrine Moller
It used to be that the term World Hunger reminds us of images of malnourished children in underdeveloped countries. But consider this figure – 19 million of people in North America are going hungry.
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Margit Cathrine Moller
As an approach to healing and therapy for the city’s population, EFT in Toronto is relatively young, but is now gaining popularity even among those who are not engaged in the healing profession.
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Margit Cathrine Moller
In a rare but welcome development, Time Magazine declared as Person of the Year the Protester – the common and ordinary member of the masses who trooped the streets and squares all over the world in order to be achieving something that unites the world: Freedom. Freedom from dictators. Freedom
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Margit Cathrine Moller
In the course of my work as counselor, coach and healer, I often encounter people who throw around the term “Addiction” casually. I doubt if people really understand what the word really means.
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Margit Cathrine Moller
“These things I have spoken to you, that in me you might have peace. In the world you will have tribulation,” Jesus warned. “But be of good cheer: I have overcome the world” (Jn 16:33).
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Margit Cathrine Moller
This is an invitation to a unique treatment known as spiritual healing. In my experience as a spiritual healer, I find it important that my clients feel the openness in their hearts to receive healing energies that bring joy,
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Margit Cathrine Moller
May 1 is celebrated as Labor Day or May Day in many parts of the globe including my home country Denmark. In the US and here in Canada, Labor Day falls in September.
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Margit Cathrine Moller
Like the rest of the estimated two billion people all over the world, I watched with fascination the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton. I cannot help but reflect on the relevance of the royal family in the life of the whole humanity today.
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Margit Cathrine Moller
What is the most common reason for making mistakes? Ignorance? Inexperience? Misguidance? Miscommunication? NO! It’s only Wrong Assumptions which lead us to make mistakes! But how?
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Margit Cathrine Moller
A butterfly beating its wings on the banks of the Amazon can touch off a tornado in Texas. This might be used to explain the chaos theory but for me this illustrates our interconnections as human beings.
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Reflections

Most like being entertained by reading about topics they either do not know about or would like to know more about.

I like providing inspirational food for thought and hope you will enjoy reading the articles on my site.

It is a well-known fact that when there were no televisions or computers, reading was a primary leisure activity. People would spend hours reading books and travel to lands far away-in their minds. The only tragedy is that, with time, people have lost their skill and passion to read.

There are many other exciting and thrilling options available, aside from books. And that is a shame because reading offers a productive approach to improving vocabulary and word power.

It is advisable to indulge in at least half an hour of reading a day to keep abreast of the various styles of writing and new vocabulary.

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Wise Words

I love those who can smile in trouble, who can gather strength from distress, and grow brave by reflection. ‘Tis the business of little minds to shrink, but they whose heart is firm, and whose conscience approves their conduct, will pursue their principles unto death.

– Leonardo da Vinci

Without reflection, we go blindly on our way, creating more unintended consequences, and failing to achieve anything useful.

– Margaret J. Wheatley

There are two distinct classes of what are called thoughts: those that we produce in ourselves by reflection and the act of thinking and those that bolt into the mind of their own accord.

– Thomas Paine