Through Their Eyes There are times when just looking at my sons makes me crumble. And it’s usually for the smallest things. The expressions they make, how they try out new words, and how their voices still sound babyish. For those tenderest moments, they slay me. How they kiss me goodbye when I go away…
What my daughter taught me about doing the right thing, even in the face of fear.
— ==================== “Don’t be dismayed at good-byes. A farewell is necessary before you can meet again. And meeting again, after moments or lifetimes, is certain for those who are friends.” —— Richard Bach ================ So. This is about ‘goodbyes’ versus ‘until we meet agains.’ No reason I am writing this one other than the fact…
The Fun of Moving Raise your hand if you love moving? Right. Just what I thought. Now imagine if you had to do it quickly, with little preparation. Such was the moment my dear friends recently faced. I’ll spare the details of the extenuating circumstances that lead to their move and fast forward to the…
How we treat our animals says a lot about how we treat each other.
The Algorithms Between Us It was the summer of 1998, and I was interning at a radio news bureau in Washington, D.C. The Lewinsky Scandal broke that year, which eventually led to Bill Clinton’s impeachment. The 24-hour television news cycle was in its infancy, and media was a bit more healthy back then with newspapers…
How can you restore a sense a balance when you feel overworked?
Why I create them isn’t so clear.
The Truth About Fear
Redefining what it means to be rich and successful.
It All Begins with Self Everybody saw it. The smirking young boy in a maga hat facing off with a Native American man in Washington, D.C. The image went viral. The hashtags and stories proliferated. Commentaries sprouted and circulated. The kid even made it on the Today show. What did we learn? That we’re merely…
If you tell someone they can do it, they just might.
Why is it so hard to explain?
Do you suffer from anxiety in your life? I chose to hide behind the introvert label. I’m an introvert, but all introverts don’t suffer with anxiety.
“A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out.” – Anon
Popular shows and movies teach us a very negative version of monogamy and relationships.