"If it smells like provolone, I leave it the heck alone."
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
I am transformed in mind, body, and spirit.
I look into my heart to see what I can shift to better align with God. Perhaps I want to turn sadness into joy or sluggishness into action. Maybe I need to let go of the need to control a situation. I affirm: I trust God’s power to renew and change my life. I am transformed in mind, body, and spirit. Repeating this statement many times leads me to change the way I think. New and better conditions bring me peace, healing, and joy. I am grateful for the power of God!
Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds.—Romans 12:2
Hi Guys, First off thank you for all the times you've lifted me from the doldrums, but today was special. I am healing in faith from some medical and physical challenges for the past several years after a serious accident. While listening to your episode: Get off The Mat! I was reviewing my emails, among them was one sent by a friend for a job opportunity that sounds like something which I can meet the challenge . With you in the background and your joyful jibber jabber! I decided to take the leap and put myself out there in with a positive and healthy Resume to send. While doing so, I was surprised at how much i have managed to accomplish even with my present health challenges. I saw the positive and put that forward in my Resume. I know that whatever may come will be what is best or something better for me.
To the laugh out loud, funny & uplifting Darrell & Ed…
I must say that you have another listener who is now "officially" hooked on your show! Yet, as always with God, the synchronicities are a testament to His Magnificence!! Christina Robohm & I have been friends for over a year now and she shared with me about your radio show months ago, and last week I listened to it and there you are talking about her…and your guest, Larry Broughton was also talking about her!! I love that you embrace all the people that show up in your lives and your shows!!! Just letting you know that you are doing AMAZING things with your messages, your show, your personalities and your Humor!!! Never, ever stop what you are doing! You inspire, you uplift and you remind us of how to live a FULL and FUN life in God!!! Here's to your continued genius!!!!!
Love & Light,
Dear Darrell and Ed:
I’ve been housebound for the last few days recovering from surgery and was getting a bit stir crazy. I’ve been unable to get out and attend my spiritual program and, although I’ve been reading my spiritual literature and following my morning routine, I was feeling a bit “off”. It wasn’t until yesterday (Wednesday), while listening to the show, that it occurred to me I could listen to other episodes of the show for an extra added boost to my spirit. What a blessing. This morning I listened to the episode “Worry is Nothing to Worry About”. There was so much good stuff packed into that one hour and was exactly what I needed.
I don’t know about you but when I spend too much time with myself I start listening to the negative thoughts in my head. What a relief when I heard you talking about negative thoughts. When I heard you say “negative thoughts are just old beliefs coming up to the surface to be blessed on their way out” and “our thoughts create our reality”, I immediately said “Oh, thank God for that”. I have now adopted the attitude that with every negative thought I will follow it with a blessing and release it to God. I can now stop worrying about whether I will be completely healed in time to go back to work (OF COURSE I WILL) and whether I will be short on cash because of having taken the week off (OF COURSE I WON’T), I know that God takes care of me and always provides what I need. I actually already knew this but sometimes I forget so thanks for the reminder.
I love the fact that, between Unity.fm, the Darrell and Ed webpage, your Facebook page, iTunes, Stitcher and my very favorite Youtube, I can get all the Darrell and Ed I need whenever I need it.
I love you guys and shall always remain a fan for life.
From Sandy Page, Chicago, Illinois
Hi you guys, last week's show was awesome, and I got so much out of it! When Darrell was telling the story about his friend that's a server who didn't feel like going to work that day, I thought it was funny because I had that experience the day before and I actually thought about things you both had said in the past to help me get through my own weirdness. It's pretty rare for me NOT to want to go to work because I enjoy being there, but the other day I was in a foul mood and didn't want to be around people. I go anyway. So, the first customers that I get are an 80 year old couple who just got back from a road trip. The lady goes to the restroom and the man wants to tell me everything about his day. My first thought was, " I'm not in the mood for this, I just wanna go eat soup.". What came to me next was the idea of being "of service" by just standing there and listening to his stories, worries, and whatever else he wanted to get off his mind. As I listened, I felt my bad mood lifting After about 10 or 15 minutes, I knew that he felt better sharing his concerns about his wife with me, and I also felt better for just listening. AND his stories about their previous Alaskan road trip were really interesting. The rest of my evening got better and better and some of my favorite people came in. Not only that, I got a text right before I was done working asking me if I wanted to go out on my friend's Harley for a beautiful night ride. Nice! So, what I thought was going to be a crappy night turned out so differently than I had expected just because I was willing to be giving enough to listen to someone. I'm so grateful that I have you guys to remind me of these simple ideas that help so much!!! Love ya both!
Not to be outdone by New Yorkers, in the weeks that followed, a California archaeologist dug to a depth of 20 feet, and shortly after, a story in the LA Times read: "California archaeologists, report finding of 200 year old copper wire, have concluded that their ancestors already had an advanced high-tech communications network a hundred years earlier than the New Yorkers."
One week later. a local newspaper in Missouri reported the following: "After digging as deep as 30 feet in his pasture near Unity Village, Jeff Comfort, a self-taught archaeologist, reported that he found absolutely nothing. Comfort has therefore concluded that 300 years ago, Unity Village had already gone wireless.”