Siobhan Kelleher Kukolic

Words to inspire the belief that we have all we need to be the change we wish to see.

Tag: Norman Vincent Peale

Something about December

There is something about December.  The hustle and bustle.  The hot cocoa.  The sprinkling of powdered snow.  The sparkling lights.  The festive soirees.  The potential for mail that is handwritten.  The holiday tunes on the radio.  The excitement of friends and family coming together over food cooked with love.

As author Norman Vincent Peale said, “Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.”

As the countdown ticks away towards the special day, may we have gratitude for all that we have and all that is possible.  May we be thankful for our health and for our perfectly imperfect bodies that help us travel through our days.  Our sturdy feet that take us where we want to go, our brain that connects the dots and imagines new things and our heart that helps us make the decisions that are right for us.

It will pass in the blink of an eye and before we know it we’ll be sitting in front of an almost empty bowl of stuffing.  Let’s cherish each minute and make memories that we’ll remember forever.

Novelist Edna Ferber said, “Christmas isn’t a season, it’s a feeling.”  So let’s capture that feeling while it’s here, bottle it up and store it in our souls to be drawn on as needed.

 

Walked on the moon

On this day 48 years ago, the first man walked on the moon.  Astronaut Neil Armstrong stepped outside his rocket ship onto the lunar surface as people around the globe sat and watched their televisions in awe.

How could a human travel so far and do something so impossible? Continue reading

The stories in your head

What are the stories in your head about what you are capable of?  Maybe your parents told you that you’d never get a real job in the arts.  Or a friend might have said that you weren’t very smart.  Maybe a boyfriend from years ago told you that your legs weren’t long enough.  Or you might have learned from your upbringing that there is never enough money to go around. Continue reading

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