My usual admonition: I did not write this because it is true, per se. I hope to inspire others to think about spirituality and come to their own conclusions…
Ask yourself this question: In this life, is my spiritual path preordained? Answer: Yes and no:
Continue reading “Top 10 Principles: Inner Workings of Our Spiritual Path 🦉”
Life (a component of your spiritual path) is like a
Broadway musical. Life has a plot and script where the actors inevitably
flub their lines or lyrics. But the show must go on and in the end, the
audience is none the wiser about mistakes.
OK you’ve now seen our mascot and rescue cat, the King of Sheeba Oscar, with his crown. Let me backtrack and explain how this happened…
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A while ago a new study came out and it was immediately embraced without nary a question as truth by those with an axe to grind and/or financial/political incentive to do so.
My own inherent bias against the study made it doubly hard for me to find the truth. But embracing my bias was a good start. Below are some tips I used in my thought process. Hope they help you, too! 😀
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Note: This post was first published in 2014. I am sharing it again in hopes it may help more people understand an alternate view on depression and anxiety...
Like all Americans, I was heartbroken to hear about the suicide of Robin Williams. He suffered from depression and had substance abuse problems.
I hope that what I write about today will help others who also suffer from mental illness, as I do.
Continue reading “Out of the Deepest Abyss: My Journey Understanding and Coping With Depression and Anxiety 😿”
In 2014 I took a whole bunch of photos of this cool event at a local shopping mall (Natick Mall, Natick MA). Please enjoy the pics — I think we can all use a nice diversion from time to time.
The LEGO Americana Roadshow was mainly United States monuments and historic buildings — all made out of LEGO building blocks. At a distance they look quite real. Impressive!
There were also LEGO sundries which I also took some snapshots of. Please share if you like this blog.
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Did you know that the third Saturday every May is Armed Forces Day? Since Dr. Pet Mom is a pet-centered effort I thought I’d repost some nice military service doggy photos that first appeared here on March 29, 2019.
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May is a month of renewal, and four years ago in May, Dr. Pet Mom (Bessie DiDomenica) completed her PhD in public policy at Walden University.
I thought I’d share the joy of her graduation again, which took place on July 11, 2015 just outside of Washington DC in Maryland.
Continue reading “Dr. Pet Mom (Bessie DiDomenica, MBA, PhD) Graduation Photos 🎓”
It’s easy to take for granted the love we share with our pets. So I thought I’d remind myself why I love my cat pal, Oscar. You might want to remind yourself why you love your pets too.
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Let’s face it, most cats aren’t very talkative except for the occasional meow. Cats also don’t wear their feelings on their faces. Just because cats don’t say very much with their voices or faces doesn’t mean they aren’t communicating their feelings to their cat moms and dads.
Continue reading “How Cats Tell You They Love You 😻”
Do you have any pet pics and videos you are itching to share with the universe? If yes, Dr. Pet Mom welcomes you to submit them! 😎
NOTE: If you want to see our community pets click here.
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