“If feel a song in my heart again” are the words to a Gladys Knight and the Pipps song from back in the day. As I was experiencing my daily journey, I found my self singing. I looked up at a beautiful sky and felt like singing. Usually, when I take a moment to contemplate […]
To hope, according to Carolyn Myss is to pray and is a spiritual practice. Today I pray that you have it within you to always hope. For me it’s all that is left when everything else fades.
There is not more I can say to set this audio post up. But should your technology fail you and you can’t hear me say it: Just know that every-thing is gonna be alright.
Okay, not all of us know what our calling is. So, let’s just say that whatever it is that you really want to do don’t let anyone get in your way. Think of it, had computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee listened to the discourage-rs of his time he may not have invent the World Wide Web, […]
I don’t know about you, but I find it difficult (sometimes) to understand other people’s experiences, especially when it comes to wrong-doings, until I find myself in the same situation. THEN, I get it. It’s sort of like when the prophet had to break it down to King David in a parable. After he heard […]
Why are we so quick to take offense when someone, maybe a friend or even a stranger, does something, anything, and we take it personally? We are forever misinterpreting others’ behavior because for some reason we think people are not busy enough with their own “stuff” that they have time and energy to think […]
How well do you know yourself? In this audio post I question whether knowing yourself is connected to trusting yourself.
…much forgiveness is required. This post does not address how the “very”people who are WRONG are the ones you need to be forgiving. Another post for another time, though, right now.. to whom much is forgiven
It’s interesting how in our efforts to appear more righteous than we really are that we fail to be righteous at all, and we fall victim to our own self-righteousness. In this post, I believe I on to something about what it means to truly care for others, everyone–not just some of us.
This post was inspired by an act that most of us do everyday. You may have even had the same experience that I had. Take a listen. Let me know if you’ve looked at yourself and wondered any of the “interesting” stuff I’m about to say.