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March 29, 2024

Hello Followers,

Thank goodness it is Friday!

And wow, it is the last one of March.

Have you ever found yourself caught up in a tangle of negative thoughts?

Try what Dan and I do.

Place your hand on your heart.

See if you can feel it beating and notice how your chest rises and falls with every breath.

Think of all the heartbreaks doing the same thing across the world, then move on with a renewed sense of shared experience.

Seek to expand your HEART not your possessions.


A setback could be an obstacle or failure which pushes you down in life.

It is one's own decision to look at a setback and either become disheartened by it or face it head-on.

Setbacks are a natural part of life, but that does not make them any less frustrating or demotivating.

Whether it is a setback in your personal or professional life, it can be difficult to keep pushing forward.

However, setbacks are also an opportunity to gain experience, grow, and become stronger.

By understanding setbacks and embracing them as part of the journey, you can turn them into steppingstones towards success.

Setbacks are an inevitable part of life, but they also provide an opportunity to gain experience and grow.

By facing setbacks head-on and persevering through them, you can develop resilience, strength, and a deeper understanding of yourself and your goals.

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 This year’s affirmations are from the book- Everyday Affirmations

365 Mantras for happiness, strength, and peace.

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Dan and I highly recommend you check it out.

Let Everyday Affirmation be your go-to for a moment of stillness, gentleness, and generosity for a year full of happiness, strength, and peace.

March 29th


Even when the world thaws with warm sun and longer days, frost can sneak up on what is blooming and steal the process of spring.

Seeds we planted and sprouts we watched carefully wilt under this icy touch.

Setbacks are part of life, and a natural part of the cycle of spring and of life.

What is meant to bloom will bloom at the right time.

That goes for people as well as plants.

PHRASE TO REMEMBER; Health is Wealth.

Use this Original 10-minute guided meditation the next time you feel you are faced with one of life's obstacles, you will be guided to shift your perception and overcome any difficult situation that appears to lie in your way.

It is always important to change your routine around you but continue keeping a healthy lifestyle.

Dan and I welcome you to go to the tag words and explore our posts.

Until Saturday, moving forward is one of the most important decisions we can make in life because it allows us to grow, learn new lessons, have more energy,

enjoying more peace and overcome our adversaries.

While living in Mexico, Dan and I experienced reenactment The crucifixion of Jesus.

This occurred during the 1st century AD, most probably between the years 30 and 33.

According to the accounts in the New Testament, Jesus, whom Christians believe to be the Son of God as well as the Messiah, was arrested, tried, and sentenced by Pontius Pilate to be scourged, and finally crucified.

Collectively referred to as the Passion, Jesus' suffering and redemptive death by crucifixion are the central aspects of Christian theology concerning the doctrines of salvation and atonement.

Good Friday the Passion of Jesus in Ajijic In many towns and villages the trial and crucifixion of Jesus Christ is remembered through a passion play, or a recreation of the Via Crucis, (the Way of the Cross) on Viernes Santo -- Holy Friday.

This may be an all-day event involving a cast of hundreds of amateur performers playing key roles in the Biblical story that reaches its climax with a simulated crucifixion.

In other places there may be some type of solemn procession in which most of the populace participates as penitents. In addition, the Virgin Mary´s pain and suffering at the loss of her son may be recalled with the display of an Altar de Dolores--an Altar of Sorrows.

Dan and I went to this and were surprised to feel like a part of the reenactment.

It is amazing dedication that was put into the play.

It brought tears to my eyes seeing the suffering that occurred during the 1 century AD.

I learned this as a child, but as a Catholic it never dawned on me the sacrifice until you are involved in the actions of what happened back during that time.

We were so involved that we walked along with the person that represented Jesus and saw the sorrow in his eyes, the pain that he endured.

Through my pictures and the movie clips, I hope you can capture what I saw and appreciate the Christian theology concerning the doctrines of salvation.


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