Transitory Time Of Change For Ourselves & Our World

7 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 … [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...]

The Loss Of A Legend

I woke up Sunday morning January 26th, 2020 to a text from my friend Scott, informing me of Kobe Bryant's death. My first thoughts went to his wife Vanessa Bryant and their 4 daughters. There was no news yet of their 13 year old daughter Gianna being onboard. Kobe and (Gigi as she is known) were on … [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...]

The Musicality of Life

Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy. Music is the electrical soil in which the spirit lives, thinks and invents.  - Ludwig Van Beethoven Life is music. Music is life. One of the most important components in any great movie is the rhythm of the music, which dramatically … [Read more...]