Being present for others during their time of need can lessen your own pain
Moving from feelings of abandonment to forgiveness wasn’t easy, but embracing compassion and gratitude made it worth the journey.
As I cultivated my spiritual fitness program, I tapped into a new world I hadn’t known existed…
The truth about terrorists, and why we need to stop fueling the fear.
Perhaps you can’t regret something when you didn’t know any better at the time.
Terrorist attacks in Paris, Beirut, and other places have left many people in deep pain. Don’t they deserve some serenity?
They say there are two things you can be sure of in life: death and taxes. If you’re in a relationship, you can add one more thing to that list: fights.
Somewhere deep inside, your wild, authentic soul is whispering to you. Are you listening?
If you exist in a social void, don’t continue this situation, it endangers your sanity.
Studying personal development many times, I encountered the advice “Believe in yourself.” This advice was totally not applicable in my case and here’s why.
Let this tragedy be for something. Let it bring us together to display the best of our humanity today and every day forward.
The greatest successes are the ones who left what was comfortable and stepped out into what was unknown.
If today is your day. Or mine. What will you change? How will you treat those around you? What will you spend your moments on?
From a daughter to any father that may be reading this, I hope you read this and are touched enough to at least ask your daughter to dinner, lunch, breakfast, even a trip to Disney.
How dads can leave a lasting legacy for their children. — Over forty years ago, my dad began a business in our hometown. For it to remain a thriving business in today’s economy says a lot about his skills as an entrepreneur and businessman. Initially, I was put off by his determination. The problem was […]
I go to church, but I meet Jesus at the gym. I don’t hate religion, it’s just that pumping iron is my form of meditation.
Jesse Kornbluth on the ideas of Shunryu Suzuki, the Zen monk responsible for bringing Zen to America, and how his ideas on Buddhism and Zen developed.