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What is Your Definition of a Well-Lived Life? Documentary YEAR 33, From L.A. to Cambodia

“A well lived life should not be measured by society’s standards, but rather by one’s own sense of fulfillment. Trust yourself.” ~Kathryn Lejeune       I met documentary filmmakers, Kathryn Lejeune and Jenna Watkins, at The Giving Keys 2013 Holiday party in … Continue reading

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Can Our Dreams Lead to Epiphanies?

I’ve heard several stories about dreams leading to life-changing epiphanies. Thank you to Gina Clapprood from Rhode Island for writing in to Epiphany Channel about hers. Have your dreams ever brought you answers or messages or an epiphany? Read on and … Continue reading

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One Day I Had an Epiphany about My Rules to Live By…

Rules to Live By Be kind. Be gentle. Be gracious. Be quiet. Keep things sacred. Go deep. Serve. Find solace in what still lays in front of you and don’t lament what’s behind you. Detach. Love. Forgive. Laugh. Play. Write. … Continue reading

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What Would You Share If It Were Your Last Day On Earth?

When I first launched my book, a site called Inspire Me Today asked me to write an article answering the question: “If today were your last day on earth and you could share 500 words with people, what would you … Continue reading

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The Definition of an Epiphany is…

Lately I’ve been getting a lot of people asking me what my definition of an epiphany is. My definition of an epiphany for the purposes of this project is: a moment of sudden or great revelation that usually changes your life … Continue reading

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