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Love and Kindness




We celebrated our 33rd wedding anniversary a few weeks ago and while out for a walk on the coast path that afternoon - we spotted this heart shaped sunlight coming through the clouds...


And then this pebble on the beach!

Our focus for the day was very much on our relationship and our connection to nature.
It just goes to show how we can see and hold exactly what we are thinking about!!!

We work at focusing on the good in our lives and we let go of the rest.
It really does make a difference to how we deal with everything and see the world around us.

We also wanted to share this video with you of Dr David Hamilton, speaking in 2018 about kindness, hugs and oxytocin.


Being kind is wonderful, it brings joy to the lives of many. 
It's not about giving yourself a pat on the back, but feeling the genuine love of doing something spontaneous. 

Spend time with humans and animals you adore. 
Take time out each day to spend in nature.
Find ways to show kindness.





Love and kindness makes for great relationships.
Laughter is very important too.
Are you surrounded by love, warmth and fun? 
Don't make do...get out there and start living your best possible life, connect with others who light you up, fill you with joy and bring much happiness...make a start by being kind.

Love Kay and Sime xx

 

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