All We Have Is All We Need: Daily Steps Toward a Peaceful Life

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Conari Press, Apr 1, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 152 pages
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In All We Have Is All We Need, Karen Casey's classic and simple wisdom is condensed into one- and two-sentence statements--road signs to lead us away from trouble, chaos, and drama and toward peace in our everyday lives. Casey, the founding foremother of daily meditation books for women, offers something different and unique here, something especially suited to the state of mind and heart that might be considered the opposite of peaceful. Frequently when we find ourselves in turmoil, we cannot concentrate. What we need is a simple, true message to hold on to for dear life. And, at other times, when crisis doesn't loom quite so large, we can still find comfort in going back to the basics, Casey's simple statements that serve us well.

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Honor Our Common Path Developing a Willingness to Learn Forgive and Make Amends in Our Relationships
Take the Road to Peace Letting Go Surrendering Our Need to Control and Accepting What Is
Choose Joy Making Loving Choices Acting As If and Relinquishing Fear
Go with the Flow Letting Go of Fear Shifting Perspectives and Embracing Change
Play Well with Others Choosing Kindness Creating Peace and Living in the Now
Pray and Be Willing to Love Listening for Gods Wisdom Accepting Guidance and Expressing Love

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Karen Casey is a sought-after speaker at recovery and spirituality conferences She conducts Change Your Mind workshops based on her bestselling Change Your Mind and Your Life Will Follow. She and her husband divide their time between Florida and Minnesota. Visit her online at, and read her blog at

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