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Everyday Miracles

Genevieve's Everyday Miracles: How Does Your Light Shine?

Plugging into the right power source

4/17/2015, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
When I first met Danielle I was taken by the peace and calmness she exuded. She illuminated with joy. My friendship with her blossomed and over time I learned what made her shine. I decided to live my life such that I too could harness this energy and live in that joyful, peaceful state. Little did I know what living in the light actually required of me.
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Genevieve's Everyday Miracles: The Miracle of Hope

Choosing the path of light instead of darkness

1/29/2015, Story and photos by Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
My heart was moved to write about hope this past week when I was faced over and over with the difficult circumstances of family and friends dealing with tough stuff. We have a choice in how we approach these bumps and boulders in the road of life. We can let them consume us and take us down or we can allow them to transform us for the better. It all depends on the path we choose to take.
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Everyday Miracles: What Looking In the Mirror Can Teach Us

Our "reflection" says a lot

12/21/2014, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
In order to grow emotionally and spiritually, it’s important to look back, as hard as it is, at behaviors, routines and cycles that have produced less than desirable outcomes in our lives. While we don’t want to dwell on the past, we do want to recognize patterns that are no longer working so we can start to form new fruit-bearing behaviors.
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Everyday Miracles: The Effects of Smiling on Purpose

Take the smile test!

9/4/2014, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
At some point in our lives—if we’re introspective enough, or if we desire change in our lives—we’ll take stock of our past and present so as to affect our future. I’ve been engaging in this exercise in small, manageable doses all my life, but never more than now, since hitting the milestone age of 50 in March.
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Everyday Miracles: Loosen Your Grip

Learning the unforced rhythms of grace

6/17/2014, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
No matter how long you’ve been riding a motorcycle, it’s likely that at one time or another you’ve found yourself riding with a very tight grip on the handlebars. Most times it’s when fear takes over or something triggers your anxiety level to go up.
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Everyday Miracles: Limiting Distractions to Receive

Setting yourself up to notice the miracles

3/9/2014, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
It’s been almost a month since I wrote my last column; I had wanted to write this one sooner, but I kept getting distracted. Ahhh…distractions. The title of this column. It seems the time I devote to spiritual matters and the “care and tending of my soul” (I heard that once and loved it) is often low on the totem pole of my daily priorities.
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Everyday Miracles: Learning to Let Go

The truth that comes when you get out of the driver's seat

2/11/2014, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
I’m tired. Yes, tired in so many ways. Physically, my strong lithe body has been whipped as my hormones rebalance themselves to a new normal. But I’m tired mentally too. And I never thought I’d say any of this...
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Everyday Miracles: Turning 50

Opening up to what matters most

2/6/2014, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
I turn 50 this year. It’s not that I dread the big 5-0, it’s just for the last two years leading up to this milestone age, I’ve been going through a spiritual transformation. In the old days, it was called a mid-life crisis.
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Editor’s Page: Couple Rides to Harley 110th on Vintage Bikes

Cris and Pat Simmons celebrate their love of motorcycling

8/13/2013, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
Next week, fellow motorcycle journalist and author Cris Sommer Simmons and her husband, Pat Simmons (guitarist for the Doobie Brothers), are riding to Milwaukee on vintage Harley-Davidson motorcycles for Harley-Davidson’s 110th anniversary celebration.
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Book Review: Motorcycling Montana, Beartooth Highway and Northern Rockies

A must-have for riding in Big Sky Country

7/29/2013, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
I’m proud to call the state of Montana my home. I moved here not only for the beautiful scenery in every direction, but also for the incredible and uncrowded riding roads. In my opinion, there are few roads in Montana that don’t offer picture-perfect views.
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