Make this an energetic day!



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You can also make comments at http://www.dailyaffirm.com

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Peace energizes my actions. I move on my path in peace.

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ABOUT TODAY'S AFFIRMATION
Today, DailyAffirm shifts into the action-oriented
affirmations to encourage you to affirm that your actions
are propelled by the energy of peace. It is very popular
these days to use the word "path" when talking about a
spiritual journey in this life. While the word may be
commonly used, you perhaps have different perceptions of
your path than others have of their path. Sometimes it is
helpful to envision what the path looks or feels like
before you gas up your vehicle.

ABOUT YOUR PROCESS
When you see or imagine your "path" what do you see or
imagine? Is your path straight and fixed, such as train
tracks? Or is your path winding, such as a path in the
woods that meanders around trees and streams? Or is your
path rocky, such as a gravelly driveway? Or is your path
one which goes straight up to heaven on a ladder? Or is
your path cloudy in one moment, clear the next; swampy in
one moment, solid in the next; boring in one moment,
colorful in the next? What is your path? Are you moving on
it in peace or mostly peace or with peace in your heart?

ABOUT SPECIFIC TARGETS FROM DAILYAFFIRM SUBSCRIBERS
We invite you to submit one or more TARGETS FOR PEACE AND
LOVE at the DailyAffirm Blog, http://www.dailyaffirm.com
Here are some examples to inspire and touch you.

Target: All those Dailyaffirm touches
Intention: We know that we are all filled with love and
light to make a positive difference in our world.

Target: Those who live alone
Intention: We extend the loving and peaceful consciousness
of the Spirit so that all those who experience aloneness or
loneliness or isolation may feel the presence of love, joy,
kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness.

ABOUT RELATED ARTICLES
Among our articles, we particularly recommend:
"Asking Empowering Questions"
http://www.mhmail.com/articles/ask-empowering-questions.html
"Moving Through Puddles"
http://www.mhmail.com/articles/personal-development.html


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