A social distance fairy tale.
Good For The Soul
“One thing that has worked for me is practicing some form of compassion every day, whether it’s for yourself or someone else.” — Ryan Reynolds
Water reflects the intention of our thoughts and words.
I am an overwhelmingly tactile person. Touch is my primary love language. I grew up in a huggy-kissy-touchy-feely family. No one left or entered our home without a hug. My parents modeled affection in their marriage, with my sister and me and with extended family and friends. As I grew up, I had that same…
Allison Kugel interviews Joel Osteen.
Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night fearful of my fears.
We don’t always know what our next greater-than versions will be. Hold no preconceived notion. Keep your mind open.
“You have to do what you have to do; to do what you want to do.”
This is a great time to practice gratitude. Too often we allow privileges to slip away before we recognize the indelible benefits we enjoyed from said privileges.
Everything you need to do starts right now.
Maybe I will be patient one day — but I am not now, and that’s fine.
How I spent the past eight hours.
Each of these meals, whether one-time events or repeat favorites, have a special place for us.
This is how you can make forced isolation useful and pleasant.
We all need a little perspective now and again.
Being of service is a profound way of making a difference in the world. Be nice and show appreciation to those who serve.