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New OM Writers - Appraisals and Help in Writing Development

A group to help new OM Writers with appraisals of their articles, help with new Articles, help with grammar issues and structure. New writers can post their articles here as discussions and we will take it from there..

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Latest Activity: Feb 3, 2016

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Get Rid of Parental Guilt Once and for All

Started by Sonia Voldseth. Last reply by Sonia Voldseth Aug 23, 2014. 4 Replies

Hi!  I'm a newbie here.  I joined in June but I wasn't able to submit an article in July.  Many apologies for that.  It has been a time of great healing for me but has meant not much productivity in…Continue

Happiness is an Inside Job

Started by Charmaine Fuller Jun 26, 2014. 0 Replies

If you listen to mainstream media…Continue

Tags: living, happy, creating, happiness

my first article, please comment!

Started by Elena Makarova. Last reply by Trevor Taylor Jun 22, 2014. 4 Replies

Have you ever thought why parents-children issue is so popular in psychological theories? Or why we often marry partners who is so similar by character t( and sometimes even by appearance)  to our…Continue

Jakki's Articles (2)

Started by Kathy Custren Feb 3, 2014. 0 Replies

Hi, Jakki - as mentioned in the message I sent you, I took the liberty of copying these two articles and revising them into a form that would be more likely forwarded to the publishers. Take note to…Continue

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Comment by Kathy Custren on January 16, 2015 at 11:00pm

Hi, Regina - as long as your article is placed on your page, it will be seen. If we have any questions for you, we will message you--Thanks for getting in touch. ~ Blessings! :)

Comment by Regina Chouza on January 16, 2015 at 1:26pm

Hi Everyone! I'm new to the community and just submitted my first article last night. Wasn't sure if this group is still active, should I copy paste the text here or just leave it where it is?

Thank You! 

Comment by Jenilee Tirado on June 11, 2013 at 3:53pm

How and Why- do we chose to forget all of the good things we experience for the exchange of the wrong that has been done to our lives?! In my own experience of a separation I can look at it and say, "Oh I wish I never married! I wasted 5 years of my life for it to end. I'm never going to trust any man again" -And although it may feel that way at the moment, reality is "My marriage had wonderful moments- Moments of pure depths I never before experienced with anyone, moments were there was blissful joy, moments were I grew as a person, moments where I overcame challenges, moments where I reflected, moments where I chose to be better and improve myself, moments where I learned to receive and give love, and moments where I learned how to stand for my beliefs and chose to respect myself; the list goes on". All of these wonderful moments would have been a little hard to experience, if I hadn’t allowed myself to fall in love when love was being offered to me, in which the feelings became mutually beautiful. Life is a beautiful experience and we are here to learn how to become, Wayne Dyer (my favorite author) calls “the observer”, as time passes. The observer watches the situation unfold as movie being projected as oppose to becoming involved in the movie. As the observer, we can step back, unattached, and then analyze with a more clear understanding the benefits of a situation.

So instead of choosing to forever deal with the pain of a break up, lets chose to forever live with the joy of the things gained along the way that allowed us to evolve into a higher being of ourselves. We have a choice- We could see the end as a new beginning to make it better next time, or to curse the fact that it ended and not allow ourselves anymore pleasure in fear of pain -But wait isn't that a pain within itself?- Yes, it is! So let us chose to see it as if we have gained more than what we had to begin with and create further opportunities to receive more moments, more memories, in which there is more love and even greater opportunities to come. So for these hard moments, we do not grow colder, we grow deeper, re-flourished and ready to welcome more love and be thankful for those many moments in which we had it and now have more, not for the moments in which we thought they were gone. It is never really gone unless we allow it to be so. Just because it is a different type of love that we must search within myself, doesn't mean we are empty. It could simply mean that we have chosen to feel that way if we give into the fear of never being the same without it. So with that said, when paying attention to fear- Let us realize that we won’t be the same without it- That's right!! WE WILL BE BETTER!! Because ALL was an experience, and now we know, and now we breathe together, the peace of not fearing. For now, we analyze only to improve and then let go to prepare for better things to come.

 

I regret nothing, because those moments created an opportunity for me to share and relate to more people who experience the same in life. There is only pain if we allow it. Ego suffers and self-punishes but “Spirit” nourishes and understands that, without expectations, this too shall pass. Don’t we love to be “In-Spired”? So let’s choose to allow ourselves to live “In-Spirit” by ceasing any expectations. Expect the Unexpected and allow inspiration to be welcomed. Always know that this is never the end, and “All is well”! 

Thank you very much Kathy for the time and effort you have put into assisting me. I am very grateful for your expertise and knowledge along with your simplicity. What you wrote was easy to understand. THANK YOU!

Comment by Jenilee Tirado on June 11, 2013 at 3:53pm

Lost Nothing and Gained Everything (Second Draft written 6/11/2013)

The way I see it, is that I am not glad because it ended, I'm just glad I got an opportunity to experience at least a fraction of it. People become devastated after a break up a divorce, a separation, or other loss. Instead of feeling such a deep, depressive sense of losing something, we may instead chose to feel grateful for the opportunity to experience what we had. Submitting ourselves to a depression of good feelings “lost”, we forget that, "Hey at least it happened!" -At least we experience wonderful moments- If we did not experience such truly wonderful moments, then we wouldn’t be so upset. In addition, if we manifested good feelings once before, we can certainly do it again! One wonderful moment doesn't last forever because there are more wonderful moments to experience.

Why do we let perceived negativity become the cornerstone of our reality? I truly believe Marilyn Monroe, as ’risqué’ as she may have seemed, was onto something when she wrote, “Some things fall apart so that better things can fall together”. So within that time-frame where we lose, we must alternately remind ourselves that just because it doesn't feel so great right now, doesn't conclude it never did. Before that experience of euphoria mixed with the feeling of currently being “broken”- The question we must take a moment to ask and internalize is, “Was I able to lead a normal life prior to this experience?”

Comment by Jenilee Tirado on June 10, 2013 at 8:53am
Part 2:
I regret nothing, because those moments created an opportunity for me to share and relate to more people who experience the same in life. There is only pain if we allow it. Ego suffers and self-punishes but “Spirit” nourishes and understands that, without expectations, this too shall pass. I love to be “In-Spired”- So I chose and allow myself to live “In-Spirit” by ceasing any expectations. Expect the Unexpected and you too shall be inspired. I always know that this is never the end, and “All is well”!
Comment by Jenilee Tirado on June 10, 2013 at 8:51am
Hello,
I have been asked to copy and paste my writing here for review:


I HAVE LOST NOTHING AND GAINED EVERYTHING!
Written by Jenilee Tirado

The way I see it, is that I am not glad because it ended, I'm just glad I got an opportunity to experience at least a fraction of it. People become devastated after a break up a divorce, a separation, a loss etc. They wonder why that good feeling left. Submitting themselves to a depression of good feelings “lost”, they forget, that, "Hey at least it happened!" -At least you experienced wonderful moments- If you did not experience anything wonderful, you wouldn’t be so upset. It also means that if you manifested good feelings once, you can do it again! One wonderful moment doesn't last forever because there are more wonderful moments to experience. I truly believe Marilyn Monroe, as’ riskay’ as she may have seemed, was onto something when she wrote, “Some things fall apart so that better things can fall together”. So within that time-frame where we lose, we must remind ourselves that just because it doesn't feel so great right now, doesn't mean it never did.

Before that experience of euphoria mixed with the feeling of currently being “broken”- Were we this depressed, confused, or even let down? The rhetorical question you need to ask, is: Where you able to lead a normal life prior to this incident (I do not mean a perfect life- we all have our issues to overcome) How and Why- do we chose to forget all the good things we experience for the exchange of the wrong that has been done to our lives?!

In my own experience of a separation I can look at it and say, "Oh I wish I never married! I wasted 5 years of my life for it to end. I'm never going to trust any man again" -And although it may feel that way at the moment, reality is "My marriage had wonderful moments- Moments of pure depths I never before experienced with anyone, moments were there was blissful joy, moments were I grew as a person, moments where I overcame challenges, moments where I reflected, moments where I chose to be better and improve myself, moments where I learned to receive and give love, and moments where I learned how to stand for my beliefs and chose to respect myself, the list goes on". All of these wonderful moments would have been a little hard to experienced, if I hadn’t allowed myself to fall in love when love was being offered to me, in which the feelings became mutually beautiful. Life is a beautiful experience and we are here to be the observer as time passes.

So instead of choosing to forever deal with the pain of a break up, I rather forever live with the joy of the things I gained along the way that allowed me to evolve into a higher being of myself. I have a choice- I could see the end as a new beginning to make it better next time, or to curse the fact that it ended and not allow myself anymore pleasure in fear of pain -But wait isn't that a pain within itself?- Yes, it is! So I chose to see it as if I have gained more than what I had to begin with and create further opportunities to receive more moments, more memories, in which there is more love and even greater opportunities to come. So for these hard moments, I do not grow colder, I grow deeper, re-flourished and ready to welcome more love and be thankful for those many moments in which I had it and now have more, not for the moments in which I thought they were gone. It is never really gone unless I allow it to be so. Just because it is a different type of love that I must search within myself, doesn't mean I am empty. It could simply mean that I have chosen to feel that way if I give into the fear of never being the same without it.
So with that said, when paying attention to fear- I realize that I won’t be the same without it- That's right!! I WILL BE BETTER!! Because ALL was an experience, and now I know, and now I breathe the peace of not fearing. For now, I analyze only to improve and then let go to prepare for better things to com
Comment by Trevor Taylor on June 8, 2013 at 10:41am

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Get Rid of Parental Guilt Once and for All

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Happiness is an Inside Job

Started by Charmaine Fuller Jun 26, 2014. 0 Replies

my first article, please comment!

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