Sunday Serenity – inner peace meditation

Today is a beautiful day. The sun is shining. It is peaceful and calm.

Take a moment to dip into that as you listen to this –


This month goes to Candice Louise Dacquin of The Feathered Sleep

Candice entered my blogging world very close to its birthing. A published poet, writer of stories and all round champion of the underdog, the disadvantaged, the disenfranchised, the discriminated against, the mentally ill, the unsung heroes, her writing is powerful. And in your face. Candice’s skill with the written word is phenomenal.

It is a pleasure and a delight to have her in my blogging community and as a friend.  Thank you Candice.

Raili Tanska

Steps for Peace 

Share your smile with the world. It’s a symbol of friendship and peace – Christie Brinkley



18 thoughts on “Sunday Serenity – inner peace meditation

      1. I Definitely will ! After all “Life is all about giving & helping”..I very seriously agree to this must just keep on helping as many people as one can and very happily I want you to know that Mam,you are just doing the same, for Meditation is the need of the hour for millions of people today.

  1. I love meditations..check out an app called Insight timer…meditations galore smd beautiful people that encourage and groups of many with meditations and all kinds of healing..really awesome.

  2. Hmm it seems like your blog ate my first comment (it was extremely
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    1. So sorry your comment went AWOL! Thank you for taking the time and energy to comment again. I truly appreciate it, and your visits. Tips?
      keep writing – regularly
      be respectful of those who take the time to comment and acknowledge/thank them for their time and presence
      take the time to visit new followers’ sites, leave a thank you, read and comment on some of their posts
      take advantage of all the free WP stuff that is available to bloggers
      don’t stress – it’s a work in progress
      above all, have fun!
      Oh – and check your Spam folder regularly, You sometimes find genuine comments in there needing to be rescued 🙂
      Despite some bloggers’ experiences I personally find the WP Happiness Engineers very helpful if there are problems or issues I cannot resolve myself. SOmetimes it takes them a while to get back to you. If you’re really lucky you can occassionaly manage to catch them for a live chat!

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