Etched into my son’s dog tags was something that gave me hope.
The wayward son was welcomed back with open arms. It wasn’t fair!
Today, in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday, I’m going to take a few minutes to wallow in pure, unadulterated appreciation.
Funny thing about obstacles – even though we view them as temporary roadblocks on the highway of life, very often they lead us on a completely different journey.
How’s this for a tagline? “Offending your mind to get to your heart!”
Yesterday, my husband Bill and I “came out of the closet.” we conducted our very first channeling session in a public venue
What is it about dolphins that mesmerizes us? Do we envy their sense of freedom? Their innocence? Their intelligence?
Holistic healing techniques have been used for thousands of years and run the gamut from the common (think chiropractic and yoga), to the more obscure.
Mansoor Adayfi was 19 when he was sent to Gitmo. He spent 14 years as a detainee, 7 of them in isolation. Mansoor left prison a changed man but probably not in the way you might suspect.
“The most powerful threat to greatness isn’t evil. It’s mediocrity.”
I think we might actually be in the middle of The Zombie Apocalypse…I just didn’t realize it until now.
At this point in my life, I’ve had lots of practice challenging the status quo.
Mindfulness has been on my mind lately.
We can’t have it both ways, folks. If teachers are as important as we say they are (and we have the research to prove it), then let’s act like it.
Our lives are full of color and texture, but we can’t always see the complex and beautiful patterns that occur when our lives are interwoven with others.
In their attempt to dehumanize him, Victor Frankel’s captors stripped away everything. But they couldn’t take away the one thing that made him a human being – his purpose for living.