The Only Voice That Matters

The Only Voice That Matters
April 22, 2016 QuickFix


Do you do something that you love doing?

I go out for a pre-dawn walk, then I snuggle back up on top of my bed with books….and I write what’s in my heart.

My husband thinks I’m wasting time. He continuously asks me why. Why do I have this website? Why do I write these messages? Who do I think reads them? Why does it matter?

I don’t have an answer.

Then something reminds me. …..

I have a pendant in the shape of a starfish. Several years ago one of my clients admired it and asked me if I knew the starfish story. I didn’t, so he gave me a short version of a piece written by Loren Eiseley, called The Star Thrower.

One day, after a huge storm, a man was walking down the beach. There were thousands of starfish washed ashore. The beach was covered with them. In the distance the man sees a child throwing something into the sea. As he approaches the child he realizes he is tossing starfish back into the ocean. “Boy, what are you doing?”, the man asked. “Saving the starfish!” replied the child. The man tells the child he can’t save them all, so why does it matter. The child pondered for a moment, looked down at the starfish in his hand and answered, “Well, it matters to this one.” and he pitched it back to the “welcoming sea”.

A couple of weeks ago I found a wrapped package tenderly placed at the front door of my office. I opened the card. The handwritten message was beautiful. It made me cry~sweet tears. I unwrapped the paper. Inside was a decoupage on canvas with flowers, a wee bird perched on a woman’s finger and the words, “Make a little garden out of life.” The gift was a thank you for sharing what this kind person said she knew were “heart felt” messages.

Life is stormy sometimes.

When I receive a comment, see the blog was “shared” on Facebook or someone tells me they look forward to reading my email.……I know I may have lifted up just one person.

That’s my answer. What comes from our heart is called love. Love.

Yes, I believe it matters.

Listen to your heart. It’s the only voice that matters.



  1. Sue 3 years ago

    I always look forward to your blogs kellie. Thank u!!! Love the videos too… Your calm sweet and serene voice comforts me!!!!

    • Kellie 3 years ago

      Thank you, Sue. You made me smile!

  2. Karen 3 years ago

    Dear Kellie,
    I think you are amazing and look forward to your messages. Sometimes I am busy and don’t take time for other messages but I always read yours. You make the world a better place. Thank you, Karen

    • Kellie 3 years ago

      Awww! Thank you, Karen. That means the world to me.

  3. Dee 3 years ago

    Hi Kelly. I thoroughly enjoy your blogs. They are definitely making a difference in other’s lives. You are real and offer light to some who might be feeling much darkness. Regarding your husband’s comments, not supporting what you do and clearly questioning why you continue to do what you do makes him feel uncomfortable. Perhaps he needs some inner healing in his life and this is bringing up issues within himself that he hasn’t faced. Just my thoughts. Continue to do what you do. You are making a difference. I send you Love and Light!

    • Kellie 3 years ago

      Dee, thank you for your love and Light. You are very insightful and I believe your thoughts are spot on:)

  4. Jeanene 3 years ago

    I’m sorry to hear your husband is not very supportive. Pay no attention to him. Even if only a few people are reading your blog at this stage, it matters to them and it matters to you. I love your positive attitude! I have always struggled to be positive and when I read your notes I’m reminded that it’s a choice!

    • Kellie 3 years ago

      Dear Jeanene,

      Thank you for your encouraging words. They are packed with inspiration for me!


  5. bev 3 years ago

    Your blogs matter to me. I love reading them. The one about the license plate was fabulous! Always great to get reminders of who we really are (I would say Source Energy in a physical body – ala
    I find you very inspirational. Feel free to tell your husband. And I love your H.O.P.E. acronym

    • Kellie 3 years ago

      Dear Bev,
      The story behind the license plate continues to unfold. There are wonder-full messages each day. Thank you for taking the time to read my blog and reaching out with your kind words of encouragement.

  6. Jean 3 years ago

    This is beautiful, thank you for sharing.

    • Kellie 3 years ago

      Thank you, Jean!

  7. karen becker 3 years ago

    Love everything you have to say. It is refreshing and beautiful. Very uplifting. Keep it up.

    • Kellie 3 years ago

      Thank you, Karen!!!

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