Healing Morning is a space to discuss those indefinable moments, topics, thoughts, that allow us to grow on a spiritual, personal and, I hope, global level. I hope to remark upon holistic healing, spiritual concepts, and stumble upon topics that inspire, intrigue and push us all to regard life in a different manner from having read what is posted.
This is my second installment of my new Spotlight On series at Healing Morning and I'm happy to say that I've received a lot of support and interest from many bloggers! If you are interested in your blog being spotlighted in this series in the future, please take a moment to read the basic criteria to be considered. The criteria list is short and simple. You can contact me via my Facebook email if you would like to submit your blog page for this series. I look forward to meeting many new bloggers and spotlighting talented writers and creative people as this series continues to grow.
Here are the five blogs I've chosen to shine a Spotlight On for the month of March:
From the moment that our human minds mature enough to understand cause and effect, we are in an endless search for peace, satisfaction and happiness. Life definitely throws us curveballs regularly, keeping us challenged in new ways. I don't think that we ever truly maintain the same definition of "normal" throughout the years. In fact, I've often thought that achieving an endless state of satisfaction might be a death knell to myriad facets of life. I know that I thrive when I am consciously aware that I am growing, changing and being pushed to broaden my horizons. In fact, I tend to pursue such a state. I call it "Low Boredom Threshold", as I am always happiest when I have something new to conquer in my personal or business life.
The grasshopper urge is upon me, and I am indulging it. I was writing in my journal yesterday - it's an 8 x 10 hard bound artist's sketch book with unlined pages - and my pen ran out of ink. I don't know about anyone else, but I'm picky about the pen I use. I prefer black medium ball point pens. Finding just the RIGHT black medium ball point pen is the challenge.