This section of the site is dedicated to those words that inspire us so greatly! The way I am going to set this up to start with, is by pasting my little inspirational goodies here. Later I plan to categorize them into topics. I am leaving them in e-mail form just as I had originally sent them out. I hope you find tons of treasures here! I will update every free chance I get.

These sharings have been collected from all over the internet to bring light and love to your life. I send them daily as a rule, but when life happens to me, I may miss a few days here and there. :) I am calling this sharing of love and light, Serenity's Hope. My hopes and dreams for all of us. Through love, sharing, caring, giving, trusting, forgiving, inspiring and the learning to become a whole, we will have a better world! Below is a link where you can subscribe to 2 different e-mail lists. One is the daily "Serenity's Hope" and the other is a discussion list called "Lightworkers Spreading the Light". This also includes the daily, "Serenity's Hope".

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When was the last time we said, "I love you" and really meant it? In
our bustling, day to day lives, we tend to forget what's important. Here
is a little reminder...

"Love makes us do things we never dreamed possible."

Love and Light,

True Story of Courage and Love

Walking down a path through some woods in Georgia, I saw a water puddle
ahead of me. I angled my direction to go around it, on the side of the
path that wasn't covered by water and mud. As I reached the puddle, I
was suddenly attacked! Yet I did nothing, for the attack was so
unpredictable and from a source so totally unexpected. I was startled as
well as unhurt, despite having been struck four or five times already. I
backed up a foot and my attacker stopped attacking me. Instead of
attacking more, he hovered in the air on graceful butterfly wings in
front of me. Had I been hurt I wouldn't have found it amusing, but I was
unhurt, it was funny, and I was laughing. After all, I was being
attacked by a butterfly!

Having stopped laughing, I took a step forward. My attacker rushed me
again. He rammed me in the chest with his head and body, striking me
over and over again with all his might, still to no avail. For a second
time, I retreated a step while my attacker relented in his attack. Yet
again, I tried moving forward. My attacker charged me again. I was
rammed in the chest over and over again. I wasn't sure what to do, other
than to retreat a third time. After all, it's just not everyday that one
is attacked by a butterfly. This time, though, I stepped back several
paces to look the situation over. My attacker moved back as well to land
on the ground. That's when I discovered why my attacker was charging me
only moments earlier. He had a mate and she was dying. She was beside
the puddle where he landed.

Sitting close beside her, he opened and closed his wings as if to fan
her. I could only admire the love and courage of that butterfly in his
concern for his mate. He had taken it upon himself to attack me for his
mate's sake, even though she was clearly dying, and I was so large. He
did so just to give her those extra few precious moments of life, should
I have been careless enough to step on her. Now I knew why and what he
was fighting for. There was really only one option left for me. I
carefully made my way around the puddle to the other side of the path,
though it was only inches wide and extremely muddy. His courage in
attacking something thousands of times larger and heavier than himself
just for his mate's safety justified it. I couldn't do anything other
than reward him by walking on the more difficult side of the puddle. He
had truly earned those moments to be with her, undisturbed.

I left them in peace for those last few moments, cleaning the mud from
my boots when I later reached my car.

Since then, I've always tried to remember the courage of that butterfly
whenever I see huge obstacles facing me. I use that butterfly's courage
as an inspiration and to remind myself that good things are worth
fighting for.

"Courage is not the towering oak that sees storms come and go; it is the
fragile blossom that opens in the snow."

by David L. Kuzminski, © copyrighted



   1. Thou shall not worry, for worry is the most unproductive of all   human

   2. Thou shall not be fearful, for most of the things we fear never come
   to pass.

   3. Thou shall not cross bridges before you come to them, for no one yet
   has succeeded in accomplishing this.

   4. Thou shall face each problem as it comes. You can only handle one at a
   time anyway.

   5. Thou shall not take problems to bed with you, for they make very poor

   6. Thou shall not borrow other people's problems. They can  better care
   for them than you can.

   7. Thou shall not try to relive yesterday for good or ill, it is forever
   gone.  Concentrate on what is happening in your life and be happy now!

   8. Thou shall be a good listener, for only when you listen do you hear
   different ideas from your own. It is hard to learn something new when you
   are talking, and some people do know more than you do.

   9. Thou shall not become "bogged down" by frustration, for 90% of it is
   rooted in self-pity and will only interfere with positive action.

   10. Thou shall count thy blessings, never overlooking the small ones, for
  a lot of small blessings add up to a big one.


Special People
(by Deanna Beisser)

"Special People are those
  who have the ability to share their lives with others.
  They are honest in word and deed,
  they are sincere and compassionate,
  and they always make sure that...
         ...love is a part of everything.

Special People are those who have the ability
to give to others and help them with the changes
that come their way. They are not afraid
of being vulnerable;
  they believe in their uniqueness...
...and are proud to be who they are.
 Special People are those who
  allow themselves the pleasure
of being close to others
and caring about their happiness.
They have come to understand
that love is what makes...
... the difference in life.

Special People are those who truly make life beautiful."
"Your purpose is always about giving,
loving and serving in some capacity."
(Dr. Wayne Dyer)
"Help your friends with the things you know,
for you know these things by Grace."
(The Maxims of Ptahhotpe)
"You are so loved!"


The Gift of the Gods
       It was a warm summer day when the gods placed it in her
  hands. She trembled with emotion as she saw how fragile it
  appeared. This was a very special gift the gods were
  entrusting to her. A gift that would one day belong to the
  world. Until then, they instructed her, she was to be its
  guardian and protector. The woman said she understood and
  reverently took it home, determined to live up to the faith
  the gods had placed in her.
       At first she barely let it out of her sight, protecting
  it from anything she perceived to be harmful to its well-
  being; watching with fear in her heart when it was exposed
  to the environment outside of the sheltered cocoon she had
  formed around it. But the woman began to realize that she
  could not shelter it forever. It needed to learn to survive
  the harsh elements in order to grow strong. So with gentle
  care she gave it more space to grow...enough to allow it to
  grow wild and untamed.
       One day she became aware of how much the gift had
  changed. It no longer had a look of vulnerability about it.
  Now it seemed to glow with strength and steadiness, almost
  as if it were developing a power within. Month after month
  she watched as it became stronger and more powerful, and the
  woman remembered her promise. She knew deep within her heart
  that her time with the gift was nearing an end.
       The inevitable day arrived when the gods came to take
  the gift and present it to the world. The woman felt a deep
  sadness, for she would miss its constant presence in her
  life. With heartfelt gratitude she thanked the gods for
  allowing her the privilege of watching over the precious
  gift for so many years. Straightening her shoulders, she
  stood proud, knowing that it was, indeed, a very special
  gift. One that would add to the beauty and essence of the
  world around it. And the mother let her child go.
     By Renee R. Vroman
  from Condensed Chicken Soup for the Soul 
  Copyright 1996 by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen & Patty Hansen 



Do You Open Your Gifts?

Fear is the wrapping paper
around the gifts from God.

You must go through it and
Discard it to see what is inside.

When fear comes uninvited,
It is always an offering.
Do you flee...or can you cast aside
The covering and unwrap your gift?



Can You Fly?

What does the caterpillar newly turned a butterfly feel?

Although flying is now within its capability
   The way is unclear.
Yet, through faith in itself, it gloriously takes off.

The beautiful butterfly is forever within each of us.
   Trust your heart and yourself,
   And you will find you can fly.

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