Literary Liaisons

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I’m Crying As I Type This

I’m so heart broken today that I keep crying. I only met Dr. Wayne W. Dyer twice in my life when I attended his workshops, but I felt I knew him because he touched me so deeply. He helped me to discover my life purpose  — to be a writer — and I’ve never looked back. When someone gives you the gift of inspiration, self revelation and changes9113_c1 your life course forever, you never forget them. They become part of you. He was, IS that to me.

Anyway, I know that he’d love it if his words on forgiveness were shared, practiced, and passed on, so that’s what I’m doing today in honor of him. We’ve all been hurt, or hurt someone, so this applies to everyone. PLEASE in honor of a man who wanted peace for us all, read this and change your life. At the very least contemplate why you became a writer, poet, artist, dancer or chiropractor and who may have encouraged you in that endeavor, and be grateful for having them in your life.

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