Living with a poverty consciousness can keep us feeling isolated or embarrassed. But as Louisa Rogers has found, developing a prosperity consciousness can open our eyes to abundance—and to finding the joy in giving.
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As you greet the new year, remember that you have the power to release what no longer serves—and the freedom to create what you desire. Read more from Daily Word editor Teresa Burton.
Most of us have been taught to be generous givers, but how many of us learned how to be graceful receivers? Daily Word editor Teresa Burton shares how enthusiastic receiving helps us get into the flow of abundance.
I believe we need only one thing to live in gratitude and appreciation. That one thing is our ability to
When her husband began abusing alcohol and other substances in the face of an incurable progressive disease, Deanna M. Neill felt trapped and emotionally exhausted. But her gratitude for those around her helped reveal the presence of God again.
“I’ve come to believe there is always something for which to be grateful, even in moments of hardship.” Read more from Daily Word editor Teresa Burton.
The Christmas symbol is to some a star that shone the wayto Bethlehem and to the manger where the Christ
Trusting your intuition and looking for patterns in your own life can lead to new adventures—and the empowerment of your own gifts. Read more from Daily Word editor Teresa Burton.
Modern life keeps us busy, and it’s easy to skip out on our sacred time to make room in our days. But making time for God is making time for ourselves, as Peggy Toney Horton found in the midst of a difficult time.
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Sometimes we toil in the garden, imposing our own will to encourage a bountiful harvest. But Catherine Ann Lombard finds that sometimes God takes over and reminds us to cultivate patience too.
This World Day of Prayer, we remember that affirmative prayer is a gift for all of us. Read more from Daily Word editor Teresa Burton.
A series of personal crises put Lysa Allman-Baldwin’s faith to the test—and helped her rediscover her awareness of the Christ within and to receive the gift of faith restored.
No matter the healing challenges we face in life, we are divine beings meant to live in wholeness. Read more from Daily Word editor Teresa Burton.
Whether human or cat, all living beings need food to survive—but each of us also needs love, kindness, and courtesy every day. Read more in this feature from Daily Word®.
My Mindfulness Teacher Several weeks ago, I looked out my window and discovered a young fawn curled up against the