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The Courage to Go In Between All That Is!

You can call God the Divine, Source Power, Higher Being, but I feel most comfortable with All That Is! In India on my 30 day silent retreat, many hours were spent feeling into the resonance of love that can be felt in between the lines of every-day thought and experience. It was like an ongoing ... For the Rest of the Story...

Manifesto of Kindness

If you asked me what I would like others to say about me long after I am dead and gone, it would be, "She was a kind-hearted woman."  I thought about the many times I was impatient or aggitated with someone close to me or a perfect stranger, and for no good reason! I don't want to use excuses like, ... For the Rest of the Story...

Cherishing Our Relationship With Our Daughters!

One of the biggest defining moments of my life came with the birth of my daughter.  My thought was, now that I have this responsibility I must lead by example. I want to be my best and live up to my own expectations. Hopefully one day the positive, respectful behavior will rub off on her. I was ... For the Rest of the Story...

Giving Up The Need To Be Special

One of my greatest lessons occurred when I was on a month long silent retreat course in Chennai, India. Just before the 30 days were complete and we were getting ready to return to our homes, we were instructed to sit in a circle with a teacher. She looked lovingly around the circle and asked if ... For the Rest of the Story...

Making Peace With Chaos

Your friend calls you asking for money to pay the rent and news of poor health. A snow storm comes in causing the schools to close and you don't have babysitting. Yikes! There are so many circumstances that cause us stress and suffering. By planning ahead for difficult moments we can program our ... For the Rest of the Story...

CAN WE FIX IT?

Albert Einstein said, "We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them." It is normal to feel disappointed, sad, hopeful, confused, angry and a variety of emotions when there is someone or something in your life that is unfixable. I remember speaking to ... For the Rest of the Story...