The Voice of our Soul


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Dear Fellow Journalers,

If our eyes are the windows of our soul then our emotions are the Voice of our Soul.  Our emotions connect us to the deepest parts of our inner selves, the ones we reach as we journal. Have you ever noticed that if you’re really passionate about something and you write about it, the more you write and the deeper you delve into the situation, the more you See and feel yourself?

Many of us have never listened to ourselves. Oh, yes, we talk to ourselves, but that’s different. Even when we talk with others, some of us never really listen to the other person – we’re always thinking about what we are going to say next in the conversation.

Some of us are afraid of our emotions. We really shouldn’t be. Emotions, our feelings are our inner GPS; they give us a voice. The voice then gives us energy to tackle life. Some of the energy is fueled by negative and destructive emotions. Too many events in the past year demonstrate those situations. The good news is that we can channel our emotions to doing good things. Social media, newspapers and TV stations will feature “Good NEWS” this month. Those stories, for the most part, will touch our hearts and souls. These are stories about un-sung heroes, the pay-it-forward stories, the generosity at the soup kitchen etc.

What prompts these good emotions? Our mind is the tool that interprets the information that our emotions are giving us. It tells our emotions that this situation needs our full attention. A lot of the time, most of us act on instinct – raw emotion if you will.

We need, I think, in this coming year, to learn to listen to ourselves and to think about the relationship of our mind and emotions. According to everything I’ve read, it’s going to be a long and arduous  journey and we need all the good energy (emotions) to make it to our personal mountain top.

‘Til next time,


2 Souls

Dear Fellow Journalers,




A quote from Paul:

When two souls are of the same mind,

they must take up the same cause.


Dear Fellow Journalers,

In my rush to write and post for this month, I completely forgot about these Prompts! These are ones that are ‘gonna make you think.


  • Create a list of things you enjoyed as a child. Add a photo of you as a child.
  • What was the biggest decision you made today/this month/this year?
  • What would you do if you had the ability to read minds for 24 hours? Several years ago there was a movie entitled “What do Women Want?” starring Mel Gibson. By some Hollywood magic, he got to read women’s’ minds for several weeks! Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!
  • Who do you admire and why?
  • List your favorite movies.
  • If you could choose, which era would you have liked to have been born into and why?
  • Go on a staycation in your own town. Visit local attractions, stores you haven’t shopped in before, events, restaurants. Keep maps, ticket stubs, menus etc.
  • Send someone a thank you note and write the note in your journal.
  • Make a list of 10 flowers you like. You can get pictures on-line or a seed catalog.

Read the following statement and write how you feel about it:

“When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. It’s to enjoy each step along the way”.

Wayne Dyer


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