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peace in me and in you, as then there is immediate peace on Earth.
That i can be less depressed have more energy, more money and fun
I am hoping to experience more peace within myself, my close relationships, and community. That can really help me flourish in other ways.
I hope to get back to the health that I have now after Friday’s open heart Tricuspid valve surgery that is supposed to prevent likely future life ending problems.
Prayers for a successful surgery and speedy recovery to you. It will be over before you know it:)
Prayers for a smooth process and a speedy recovery.
Dear Rabbit, I will be thinking and being with you on Friday, wishing all the best for the upcoming surgery and calm hands and a centered state of being in the surgeon. Fortunately, such interventions are done by very well trained doctors with lots of experience. We are with you, dear friend. May your health be fully restored. For this I pray.
Best wishes for a speedy recovery!
Not so much hopes or longings, but more a curiosity. I am wondering if the book I am writing will be finished. And it is just a wonder, not a goal or aspiration because I am happy for it to take as long as it takes. You see, the writing process is also a healing process, so it is a day-by-day process that is going to take as long as it takes.
That is wonderful. Would love to hear more about it.
I long and hope for an upending of priorities and choices personally and communally towards protecting and reverencing Mother Earth.
I long and hope for the gelling and deepening of our climate focused group in a joyful and inspiring way.
Since one of my goals is to be more in the present, I’m trying to limit these kind of thoughts, or at least keep them simple and for others. I try to catch myself when I start a thought with “I wish…“ and I come back to the present with gratitude. I do have goals and plans, but past and future thinking gets me into trouble.
This question is relevant every day, since every day is the beginning of a year ahead. I don’t “make resolutions” at the new year any more. As my best friend once said, if something is worth starting it’s worth starting right now, not on a day arbitrarily chosen on a human calendar. I actually try not to set up a list of things I hope for–that way lies disappointment rather than acceptance of what is. My temperament is “hopeful”—I’d say optimistic–but hoping that something very specific happens is something we do to ourselves that can create suffering when it doesn’t play out the way we want.
But I’m human. So on a personal level I hope my daughters are able at long last to settle their father’s estate, which has been a sad tangle, and that I gain full recovery and mobility in the wake of breaking my wrist on my dominant hand September 1. It will be months yet and my simple longing is to be able to chop an onion without having to provide the cutting pressure with my left hand and without pain.
Feeling well enough to travel to see my daughter and her family; Peace in Ukraine; Peace throughout the Middle-East; A congress in my country that can work across the aisle and legislate instead of blame and shame; Health, Wealth, Love and the time to enjoy them for all;
I hope to learn to believe in myself- to attain and maintain a sober life. I know that I can do it. I have done much more difficult tasks in my life…and being sober is surely something to work toward. I plan to continue with this group and all the positivity that you all give. I am so grateful for this site and the people that come here. My husband and I are traveling for the winter…and I have been without internet or cell service for several days…so have missed being here. This travel will continue for the next several months….until WV is not so gray and cold! Peace and good wishes.
Safe travels to you:)
Safe travels Nannatte.
Good health. A closer relationship with some of my family members. Deepen my spirituality.
I have three big hopes for the upcoming year. I hope to continue cultivating discipline and being consistent with my practice. I hope be a source of peace in my home–especially with my stepdaughter. Lastly, I hope my impending trip to India is effortless and joyful.
I hope my daughter will continue on her journey of sobriety. It will be only 3 wks on Monday. She was diagnosed with
Bipolar this past year and also has diabetes I. For my continued path of reflection of gratitude and overall wellness.
For much peace and protection of all God’s creatures and land on our home Mother Earth.
Support from a loved one goes a long way for the person on the journey of recovery. Your daughter is lucky Robin Ann.
Sending you lots of love to you and your daughter. May God bless her in her journey. Thank you for being there for her. A very important part of the process. Not easy! Blessing to you and her medical team as they treat her and support her.
World peace ! 🙏🙌🌳
To continue with my abstinence of alcohol, continue on the journey with mindfulness, meditation, gratitude and therapy. As Ringo Starr is fond of saying, Peace and Love, Peace and Love.
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