Many of you will be thinking about what you are grateful for and that is something I have been thinking about too. So many times we don't feel that gratitude in our lives. When things are good in our lives, many times we just move forward and we forget about gratitude.
Last week I was talking to a friend about how the Lorna Byrne Children’s Foundation has been going for five years, you may have seen the celebrations this week on my social media, and how when I look back, it’s unbelievable that we have been able to help so many children...
When I talk of Christmas, I talk of the time from late November to early January. Yes, we in Christian countries celebrate the birth of Jesus, but the angels’ activity at this time involves all religions and traditions. This is a time of many days of celebration across different religions; it’s a time, traditionally, of new beginnings.
As I was out walking today, the Archangel Michael tapped me on the shoulder and we walked together. I asked him why he came and he said Lorna, God said that people need to show a lot more love and forgiveness towards each other.
I’m sitting here chatting with Angel Hosus about what I should write about for the newsletter and he told me to write about the things that are on my mind. I was thinking about people feeling lonely, but not just lonely, feeling like nobody loves them at all.
I’d like to share some of the things that I would see every day. We have had birds nesting early this year and the other day I was just watching an angel helping a little bird learn how to fly, it looked a bit funny
I hope all my newsletters give you hope and shines some sunshine in your life. I want you all to be happy and yet I know none of us can be happy all the time but remember you are loved and don't forget to love yourself.
Each and every one of us has a unique role to play in this world -- no one else can play this part. No one is supposed to end their own life, when they do, it's as if a link in a chain is broken and it slows down the progress of humanity. We all need each other. When someone commits suicide it's as if everyone around the world shrinks a little.
As we sat in Carton House Hotel in January last year I told my friend and agent Jean that I could see love as a physical force. Jean, who has known and worked with me for more than ten years, was shocked.