Posts Tagged by spirituality
|March 4, 2013||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast..., Overcoming Obstacles|
Over the past few years I have noticed a definite shift in people in regards to what I like to call The Art of Complaining. A few years ago, I read Will Bowen’s book: A Complaint Free World. “We see a day when people focus on and speak about what they desire things to be… …continue reading.
|February 25, 2013||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast..., Learning and Growing|
One thing that I am definitely grateful for these days, is the realization that there are things that are within my control and things that are beyond my control. The fact that it has taken me 43 years to grasp this obvious piece of reality doesn’t bother me at all because it seems that… …continue reading.
|February 16, 2012||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
Last Saturday night, February 11, 2012, my Facebook status read: “ Rest in peace Whitney Houston. Thank you for the music.” I meant it. Of course I knew that as the hours and days passed since her untimely death, the reports and stories of her tragic life would be all over the internet, news and… …continue reading.
|January 9, 2012||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
It has been nearly a year since I first came across Brene Brown’s Ted speeches which opened my mind to thinking about vulnerability and wholehearted living. As always happens when new and valuable information comes to light, it becomes necessary to broaden one’s thinking resulting in a shift in world view. I had no awareness… …continue reading.
|January 5, 2012||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under One Sweet World|
At the end of September, I wrote a post from a newly claimed “portable” and temporary office in the woods 5 minutes walk from where I live. I shared this office with those who came before. Birds, some ducks and 3 deer. What I didn’t write… …continue reading.
|September 28, 2011||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast..., One Sweet World|
The last days of summer are always something to be cherished. I’m not sure I could find many who would disagree with that or, maybe I would. In this day and age, as I have mentioned before, it seems to have become socially uncacceptable not to be ridiculously busy. And life is really busy. I… …continue reading.
|September 14, 2011||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
Part One: On Thursday September 8th, I woke up 36 minutes after I was supposed to be at work. It’s no wonder since I had been sleeping about 5 hours a night the week before getting ready for my super-duper website launch. The one that didn’t actually happen because the night before, when my friend… …continue reading.