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While I'm relatively new to the experience of traveling along my spiritual journey and struggle with identifying what God wants from me and for me, your article tells me I'm doing one thing right. I start each morning with a few enlightening devotionals, each one bringing something different, yet building on each other at the same time. I realize now that instead of moving on to the news, Facebook, etc., after my devotionals are done I need to spend a bit more time meditating on what I'm taking in. Thank you for sharing.

Tammy Grange
Harrison, AR
Sunday, March 16, 2014
What a wonderful article. In an effort to increase my receptivity to what God has to say to me, I have eliminated caffeine from my diet. It was, in no way easy. I couldn't remember the last day I had gone a day without having my one strong cup of morning coffee. And a physician told me that it takes about two weeks for the caffeine to be completely eliminated from my system.

Ten days later and it has been well worth it. It has allowed me to focus, remain calm, and free of stimulants that block my feelings and my conversations with God.

Elizabeth
Portland, OR
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
There is not a day that goes by that you don't inspire me to be a better woman Genevieve. But your recent writing has done much more that that. To keep our eyes pointed to "True North," our meditation time is so critical. Distractions can consume our lives if allowed. And at the cost of what God has intended for us to accomplish. Others lives can be affected. Thank you again for your wonderful direction.


Joan Krenning
Mesa, AZ
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Thank you for these articles. Last week I had a major wake up call through a dear friend being suddenly diagnosed with terminal cancer. I was on a spiritual quest for many years, but life and circumstances propelled me away; life became too busy, even too busy to sit a while, no time for "me." At 56 now, and at long last I'm open to actually setting aside that time alone for inner contemplation for the real "me," not the world "out there." Time to reconnect with that spiritual quest. I look forward to your posts.

Sue F
Brisbane, Australia
Monday, March 10, 2014
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