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Walk In Balance

July 26, 2015

Dear Ones,

This week’s blog is entitled “Walk in Balance” (www.marlisewabunwind.com/blog.htm). It deals with the problems of overthinking and under-feeling that have helped to create the unbalanced world in which we live. Do you suffer from the “giant head syndrome”? I bet each of us does at least part of the time. I trust this vision seed will help you to recognize and correct the problem, or at least to gain some perspective on it.

Next week’s blog will finish the eleven vision seeds I introduced when I began this series. I have been considering that next I will take some time to fulfill my intention of introducing you to some of the people whose work I admire. Would you enjoy reading an entire blog about each one? That seems a more complete way of introducing you to MY CIRCLE than just writing a short paragraph about someone who has done a lifetime of work. Then I would list them and their contact info on the MY CIRCLE page but readers could refer back to each blog for complete information. I might do this as an unbroken series, or I might intersperse these with blogs about subjects that are timely to me. I even hope to get a couple of humorous blogs thrown in just to prove I do have a wry and dry sense of humor. Let me know if you have any opinion or preferences. I want to both entertain you and encourage you to find your own brightest, most sparkling vision.

I want to thank all of you again who have taken the time to look at my website, read my blogs and encourage your friends to subscribe to this newsletter. I would greatly appreciate your continuing to spread the word. If you know someone who thinks they subscribed but doesn’t get the newsletter, please remind them they have to click on “confirm” in the email they get right after subscribing and feel free to share the blogs or refer other people to them. Please credit them to me. They are also now available on my Amazon Author page and on Goodreads.

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140 characters, or to find a picture that is really worth one thousand words.

Have a balanced week.


Marlise Wabun Wind