Enjoy an Inspiring, Great Life with Your Family!
Everyone is part of a family! Even if they are living alone.
For most family’s, the members have the security of coming home to the peaceful support and love from the members of their family.
Some are not so fortunate and come back to a house full of arguments and even violence. We should be grateful, if we had a peaceful home to return to as we grew up. If we didn’t have such a peaceful home to return to, we can do our best to provide a peaceful home for our children.
Even if we are living alone, with no one else in the apartment or room, we are still part of a family.
We have brothers, sisters,cousins, parents, aunts, uncles, nephews and nieces. We can encourage them to grow in their own way. Also we can expect that they will support us in our times of need. People find that when they share with other people that they themselves feel even better than before sharing.
Facing great difficulties and overcoming them, we feel very satisfied and that we are alive. In sharing with others how we overcame the difficulties, we again can feel satisfied and fulfilled when they also overcome their difficulties.
When we find that we are starting to enjoy life, we can share what we enjoy in life with the others around us.
Not sure what is the abundant life?
Check out this webpage, which has some ideas about an Abundant Life.
Wishing you and your family all the best of health and happiness,
I coach people through social-technological solutions with yoga wisdom to enjoy a wonderful life with their family and career. I spent 24 years in SE Asia, where I learned that powerful family relations help people to survive and thrive there, enjoying life. Also concerned about Rural economic-social Development empowering healthy families.
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