Tag Archives: Marylou Falstreau
Honor who you are. Do not allow others to attempt to remake you into the image they have of themselves. At the same time, honor them for who they are and do not attempt to make them into the … Continue reading
Be real in all you do and say. There is no need to be a “people pleaser” in a world that is filled full of people walking around with artificial facades, spewing platitudes of what they think others want them, … Continue reading
Fear is such a destructive motivator . . . and unfortunately you see it being played out around you all the time. Do not let fear destroy you. You have the choice not to play. You may have to do … Continue reading
The question for today: How do we deal with the divisiveness and hate that is swirling around us? Perhaps the answer is: Take a moment to pause, silence your mind and breathe. https://mfalstreau.com/product/breathe-prints-and-cards/
The Key To Understanding Is Compassion and Patience. Have compassion and patience for the people and situations that in this moment you do not understand. Compassion will break down the fear and anger, while patience will allow for the … Continue reading
Each new day is an opportunity . . . The question then becomes . . . What will you do with that opportunity.
Kindness goes a long way and can change your world! This day . . . Think Kindness . . . Be Kindness. If you haven’t already noticed, there is more than enough angry rhetoric and actions in the world. Play … Continue reading
The year is 1942. The Place: A small family farm in Loomis California, a farming community east of Sacramento. Paul Yokote, age 16, and the youngest of five children, stands in the family’s orchard when his attention is drawn to … Continue reading
Make today a worry-free day. Acknowledge the challenges; however, do not be defined by them. This does not mean however, that challenges will not appear. What it does mean is that when they appear, if you quiet your mind, … Continue reading
The question for today: How do we deal with the divisiveness and hate that is swirling around us? Perhaps the answer is: Take a moment to pause, silence your mind and breathe.