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Vol. 4, Issue 11 | December 2015 
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I trust this finds you well and the holiday season has been filled with peace, joy, and Light.
It's been a very different season for me than I've experienced in the past as I've been extremely busy the past couple of months effecting some huge changes in my life...
Due to the inner work I'd been doing the past couple years, and especially during this past springtime, I realized that while I'd been enlarging my life, it was still way too "small." I had several significant insights regarding working in my own business and its impact on all aspects of my life and relationships. While being self-employed allowed me to be creative, meet many interesting and wonderful people, and have a flexible schedule, it had detrimental aspects too. Soon it became clear that it was time to close down the business and get a job. And, I had shifted so much that "job" was no longer a four-letter word to me! It now represented freedom to me in a myriad of ways.
This shift meant moving to a locale where opportunities were in abundance and salaries could provide for a comfortable lifestyle. Needless to say, Sedona didn't meet that criteria. So I'm back in Phoenix, AZ (since late November), living in Gilbert (a different area than when I lived here six years ago, and even lovelier) and working for a healthcare technology company. I'm an analyst on a project related to the Affordable Care Act; no, I've not gotten involved in politics! But I'm trusting that along with my analytic work helping consumers with Marketplace discrepancies, I'm bringing the Light to my colleagues, all the while enjoying collecting a steady paycheck!
I'm very excited about these changes and I've no doubt this was the right thing to do, that it was Spirit-directed. I'm still adjusting to being back in the fast-paced world of a big city after living in beautiful, rural Sedona for six years, and I'm still in the process of formally closing my business of 16 years. I hope within a few months I will have my full life back.
I still love using WordPress for building websites and Constant Contact for email marketing, and very much enjoy writing and connecting with people. Hence, I will continue publishing my e-newsletter although it will look different. And, I'll keep my websites up for a while so that you can access articles that might be helpful to you.
Thanks for your support over the years in various ways. I wish you and yours a phenomenal new year, filled with an abundance of peace, love, joy, and prosperity in all ways. I suppose they'll be at least a bit of change in your world as there has been - and continues to be - in mine. I say, "Embrace it and enjoy the ride!"
Peace and blessings,
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Labels That Were Made Up to Divide Us 
I Am NOT Black, You are NOT White by artist/writer Prince Ea. 

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People Helping People
Free Gowns for Brides in the Military
Last-minute deployments, financial constraints and injuries suffered on duty can make it difficult for military couples to marry, much less organize and enjoy their weddings.

And then there is the extraordinary expense of marrying in many parts of the country; an unexpected deployment can keep a couple from saving money for their big day.

Read more about retailers nationwide that hosted week-long Veterans Day gown giveaways as long as the bride or groom were serving in the military. 
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"Do not move on to 2016 without letting go of something significant from 2015, an old idea, label, habit, fear, concern of ego. Let go to free up the whitespace for something new to enter." - Brendon Burchard

Yours in Spirit, 
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Joyce S. Kaye, MSW

bottomgodwordJoyce "came to believe" in a Power greater than herself about 25 years ago. Thanks to hearing the novel idea that one could choose their own concept of God - and name too - and the workings of synchronicity, Joyce embarked on a new way of thinking, a new way of living, a new way of being in the world and with others. Since that time of commencing her conscious spiritual journey, she has endeavored to remember The Presence in all that is, all whom she meets, and all that she does.

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