Monthly Archives: August 2010
Beautiful young people are accidents of nature, but beautiful old people are works of art. – Eleanor Roosevelt As a culture we place so much emphasis on appearances. And in some way that is important. You only have once chance … Continue reading
What could you? If you could forgive yourself, your partner, your children, your parents, your friends, your siblings, your enemy?
Forgiveness, so simple and yet so complex, so elusive. When we forgive, we heal. Forgiveness after all is about the pain and/or anger of being hurt and our desire to hold on to that or let go of it. Thinking … Continue reading
When I decided to leave my last job three years ago, I had no idea how my life would change. The economy had not officially gone into a tailspin. That would occur over the next 13 months as I was … Continue reading
Anger. We all experience it. Anger can be subtle and seductive in its ability to hijack your present mind. It has the ability to cause us to fly into a rage. That rage if unchecked will damage not only ourselves, … Continue reading