Plan life like it’s a meal

Published 4:14 am Friday, September 29, 2017

I believe we all should plan our lives like we do our meals, and then relax and give it to God or the universe to take care of the manifesting. Plan your lives to be healthy and happy.

I have learned that we need to have a vision grounded in our life’s purpose, and with goals to drive them to fruition. Ask yourself, “What really matters to me?” and go from there. I hope it’s something about love and unity!

I hope more and more people will be inclined that way, until it is the normal way of the world. I already know that it’s the natural way of the world. How could it be otherwise? We, everybody and everything, are born to be happy in life. We’re born filled to overflowing with love! I believe that even inanimate things have spirits, so we should love and take care of them, too.

I hope our world leaders get it together and, in fact, get together to deal any threats such as man’s impact on global warming, and — it’s sad to say — now including nuclear annihilation.

I hope all of our children grow up knowing they are in charge of their lives, and that they have the ultimate power by believing in what they want for the world. I hope all of our children feel loved and that they pass it on.

I was going to go on about my hopes, but I just remembered that line “abandon all hope, ye who enter here.” I recognize that as a call to KNOW. I know that love is the universal spirit. And I know how good it feels to act with love. I (hope) everybody knows that feeling.

On another subject, today is the 43rd anniversary of the day myself and my soul mate took the vows to love one another through whatever life throws at us. And we have! Our lives haven’t been particularly easy, but I love Danny more and more all the time, and he regularly bemoans the fact that he can’t put his love for me in words. I tell him not to worry, because love is something you feel, and I feel his love always with every fiber of my being.

I’ve been with him since I was 18 years old, and I don’t know how I could ever survive without his strong and beautiful love. I love, love, love, you, Babe!

Marcelle Hanemann is a reporter for The Daily News. You can email her at or call her at 985-732-2565, ext. 301.