I believe life is meant to be filled with joy! Yet, there are so many aspects of life that weigh us down and make us feel anything but light. The word ‘lightsome’ is hardly used anymore, but is a word that I believe describes what many of us want to life to be.
Websters 1913 Dictionary defines ‘lightsome’ as:
1. having light; lighted; not dark or gloomy; bright.
2. gay; airy; cheering; exhilarating.
Other dictionaries define it as
1. carefree and happy and lighthearted;
2. moving easily and quickly; nimble;
We want to be happy in our life! We want to move easily through life and not hold onto the dark or gloom that will come at times. It isn’t a bad thing to have dark moments or difficulties, but how we move in and through those times will exhibit a Lightsome Life.
Another definition of ‘lightsome’ that I have found revealing is the Archaic or Poetic definition:
1. producing or reflecting light
2. full of or flooded with light
Tamarah Bartmess is a wife, a homeschooling mother and a SimplyHealed™ practitioner, trained in the most comprehensive and efficient energy clearing modality available. If you are looking for a simple way to experience greater confidence, clarity and contentment in your personal, professional and home life, schedule a 50min private session with Tamarah today at http://TheLightsomeLife.appointy.com
About the Author (Author Profile)Tamarah Bartmess is a wife, a mother, a life long learner and entrepreneur. Her mission is to empower women to become advocates for their own health through knowledge about their body, mind and spirit. She especially loves to educate on the benefits of essential oils for supporting the body's health. Tamarah is a Certified SimplyHealed® Practitioner. In her one on one coaching and energy healing sessions Tamarah provides a simple way to experience greater confidence, clarity and contentment in your personal, professional and home life. *The information I share on this website is intended to be for informational purposes only. Nothing I say is intended to provide a professional medical diagnosis or to recommend any particular course of treatment, nor cure any diagnosis provided by a professional physician.*
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- Blog in the Spotlight – The Lightsome Life | Latter Day Woman Magazine | July 21, 2011
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