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...]

Recovering From Surgery With A Wicked Sense Of Humor – Part 2

Gratitude is the wine of the soul. Go ahead. Get drunk. - Rumi Part 2 of my courageous friend Jessie's recovery from a complicated lumbar fusion surgery is continued in her words - including several of her humorous Instagram posts. It's easy to see why everyone on "Team Jessie" are more than … [Read more...]

I Met A Man…

I had the pleasure of meeting the most remarkable man recently; a man who shall remain unnamed. I know he would approve with his big smile and a chuckle. As a small group of friends celebrated his 95th birthday recently, this wise and extremely savvy man shared bits and pieces of his life with … [Read more...]

Excessive Worry is a Worldwide Problem – 7 Solutions

Worry to a slight degree is part of life. I have noticed more people engaging in chronic worry lately, and this I know - it's debilitating. Excessive worry steals our soul, haunts our mind, and damages our bodies, sometimes in irreparable ways. This is a habit that can start small and escalate to … [Read more...]

We The People ARE The Heartbeat Of Hope

We The People ARE The Heartbeat Of Hope Last night I was watching “Finding Your Roots” with host Henry Louis Gates, Jr. I absorbed the word ‘hope’ with each ancestral story. The family roots of three featured guests were researched and compiled by genealogists. Each guest was presented with a … [Read more...]