In a personal note I wrote for my newsletter recently, I recounted some of my…
Remember January 2015 ~ the month of good intentions and high motivation to make big changes in our lives? What happened?
Aging – the fear monger of the Western world. Our fear of death, the regret of a life not lived, the fear of afterlife, the fear there is none, the fear of losing control of our bodies and our minds all rule life for the aging
I came across a piece I wrote a year or so ago about being “busy.” I didn’t like that word then and I still don’t like it because, to quote myself, being “busy sounds scattered and frenetic, preoccupied and hectic to me.
An accountability partner is someone of your profession, or any person who holds similar life values and sensibilities, with whom you meet on a regular basis.
In the dictionary, “seeker” is synonymous with words such as hunter, chaser, pursuer and explorer. I don’t know about you but when I hear words like this I envision someone on the go, in vigorous physical action … But another kind of seeking exists that many of us are not acquainted with …
I am certain you’ve heard the phrase, “You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink.” Well, it’s true and wise phrase, not just for horses, but for people, too.
or many of us, our social plans are the source of relaxed interaction with others, a way for decompressing from the demands of life or, if one works alone, a way of reconnecting with the world. So what happens when you are ripe and ready for some fun or stimulating conversation and, suddenly, plans get canceled?