Hold Yourself Accountable

When things don't go your way, and lately things haven't been going the way most people would hope, what do you do? It's easy to blame, casting dispersion's/aspersions on those we feel have done despicable things. The outer world is often a cesspool of things most good folks can't bear to think … [Read more...]

What Doesn’t Kill Us Makes Us Stronger

You've heard the old adage, "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger." This applies in our lifetime now more than ever. What do people need right now? In my mind, I believe it is patience and kindness. Unity is a beautiful goal, don't you agree? The world is divided, lines have been drawn. Many are … [Read more...]

Transitory Time Of Change For Ourselves & Our World

Worldwide, we are in a transitory time of change. As history has shown, cycles flow through every age. What we are going through in our current age is unprecedented. For now, we are all in this together. The pandemic situation is grim. Yet, there are some positive things to note. Businesses and … [Read more...]

How To Cope With Loss

How to cope with loss? A big question deserving some solid answers. Just by living life, we are bombarded with many forms of loss that can profoundly effect us, if not personally, collectively. Bad things do happen; how I respond to them defines my character and the quality of my life. I can choose … [Read more...]

Plain And Simple – Giving Feels Good

Recently I wrote two articles -  Recovering From Surgery With A Wicked Sense Of Humor Part 1 & Recovering From Surgery With a Wicked Sense Of Humor Part 2 Jessie's Instagram posts, photos, and quips show her courage and tenacity to get through a rough recovery with humor. Christmas rolled … [Read more...]