Spirituality through the eyes of a Truth Seeker

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Random Thoughts
  • “Aha moments are like candy for the soul; so delicious and delectable.”
    by Jeff Staebell, My Life Experiences
     
  • “You may find that you do not need certain patterns anymore; junk in the cellar or attic, dark and nasty stuff. When you throw it out, do so with Love, your junk may be some else's treasure. In the House Cleaning of Who You Are you will discover that you have certain feelings or more abilities than were ever acknowledged”
    by Barbara Marciniak, The Pleiadians
     
  • “Everything you Think, Say, and Do is a Reflection of Who You Are.”
    by Jeff Staebell, My Life Experiences