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I was once wandering around in a bookstore in Cape Cod. I was in a funk.  Couldn't find my joy.

I foud a tiny little book by the Dalai Lama.  It appealed to me because it was so small and I didn't want to read very much.

That little book completely flipped my mood.


 I was once flipping the channels in a mindless moment with the TV.

I found a show that was telling the story of how Richard Branson,famous billionaire, founder of Virgin Atlantic Airways, never finished High School. 

This caught my attention.

I pondered the unlikeliness of that life story. It helped me realize that anything is possible.

Why am I telling you about these two seemingly unrelated moments of influence in my life?

Because The Dalai Lama and Richard Branson (unlikely pair?) along with other big names are getting together for a major event and you are invited.

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Meeting Hilda on the Street

hilda-new-sun200.jpgNYC used to be my home. 

I lived in the city during intense parts of my life and a big segment of my spirit stays there.  But now, I rarely go.

Well, on Friday, I got on the train, rolled into Penn Station, and started walking down 7th Avenue.  The energy of the city greeted me like an old friend and I began an affirmation that went something like this: “God is helping me in every moment of every day.”  

After about half a block of that affirmation, maybe even less, I turned my head, and there, on a table of used books, was a familiar image of my teacher from so many years ago, Hilda Charlton.

In all my years of wandering the city, I have never seen one of her books out for sale.  It can be hard to find them in a bookstore, no less out on display on a busy street.  I knew this was related to my affirmation, and $5 later that book was in my bag and a big smile was on my face.

The book is called “The New Sun” and you can get it at http://HildaCharlton.com if it doesn’t just manifest in front of you.

Once you get the book, you can flip to page 45 and read the poem to a “Smiling Stranger.” Hilda says:

“How few in this hurly-burly of modern life pause to see God’s loving creation and His perfect image of beauty in the passerby…Greet all with a happy smile of inspiration and say to yourself, “Everybody, I love you.’”

Would you like me to highlight more of Hilda’s messages here?

 Let me know by leaving a comment below.  

I think this book appearing on my physical path through the sea of passersby on 7th Avenue was a nudge in the direction of sharing more Hilda with you.  

Let me know if you’re interested.

Everybody, I love you,
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