Archive for February, 2010

Support each other can get to be very expensive when we do as much as we want to do. This is my attempt to help make it easier for my book to be purchased. Let’s support each other. It matters.

My book “A Heart’s Thoughts” is a book that addresses those questions that we often ask in our hearts and not so much to everyone but mostly to God. “Why is my blessing taking so long?” “Why do I feel so alone in times of trouble when God said He’ll never leave me?” “Why I am not at peace with myself?” “Why can’t I trust and fully let go?”

These questions and more are asked and answered based on the answers that God, through life, has shared with me. Along with a few thoughts from my friend, The Tru Sum, I know that it will be of comfort to someone.

I am offering a beginning of the month special discount on the purchase of  “A Heart’s Thoughts” if ordered through

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Peace to you all!


How to Naturally Lower High Blood Pressure – Tip Three – Reducing Sodium |

I rated the difficulty of this one about moderately challenging. My reasoning is because reducing our sodium intake is something that will take a little more effort to do. There is sodium or salt in a lot of things we eat. And, honestly, if you’re used to having a certain flavor to your food, you may even miss that when you began reducing your sodium.

Well, we are confident that today we can make this a little easy with a few basic steps to reducing the sodium you take in.

“Healthy eating is my second tip for how to naturally lower your high blood pressure. We are seeing articles and news on a regular basis about healthy eating, rather it is because of high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and so forth. We can all agree that it makes sense to acknowledge that healthy eating is vital to our longevity. Today, I want to share this tip with those that want to naturally lower their high blood pressure. Feel free, however to use these tips for other things if it lines up with your doctors orders.”

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How to Naturally Lower High Blood Pressure – Tip Two – Healthy Eating |

Sometimes life just seems like it is a cruel joke. The more you work (whatever that work may be), the more you love others and give, and the more you plan, the more drama and hurt it seems that life brings. It is just to cruel for words at times. The following are thoughts and steps to show you how to encourage yourself, even when life seems extremely cruel and difficult.

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How to Encourage Yourself When Life Seems Cruel |

Here is treasure of a tip. Tip one on how to lower high blood pressure. Read and apply if necessary. Click the link below to read and leave a comment.

How to Naturally Lower High Blood Pressure – Tip One – Exercise |

“Remember the fairy tale books and movies that most of us loved when we were young?… Do  you remember why you loved them? I do; I remember the very reason. I loved them because of the way it made love look and even as a little girl I started dreaming and  acting out having a relationship like that.

“The princess or good character in the story loved so blindly that they never worried about being hurt and when they were hurt they always bounced back and they always lived happily ever after. They have such a pure view of their world. Without a doubt they knew that their outcome would be one of great joy forever and ever.

“Well, these stories "A Heart's Thoughtsare created for children to line up with how they  view the world. We, as children, had an untainted view as well. So, what happened to our view of the world?…

“We know that life has unfortunate circumstances…”

It is these unfortunate circumstances that lead to our fear and the difficulty that is trusting God. We are so used to things and people disappointing us that we thus associate this with The Creator.  We are afraid to trust anyone and this puts God at the forefront because He created all those “bad” people, right?

Well, learning to trust God & fully let go starts with you. You must throw pride out of the window and begin to open your eyes to the truth. The truth is that everything has its season, yet God still cares enough and is  right there for you.

We all have things that could keep us cold to the world, but whose life does that really affect the most? Yours!

So, let’s put pride aside and  begin by remembering that if we never want to fully trust God, we never will.

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