On our recent vacation to South Carolina we had the opportunity to lie on the beach at night and see the Milky Way and more stars than I had ever seen before in my life. In the morning we got up early to experience the sunrise which was equally spectacular. The changing colors of the … Continue reading This Little Light of Mine!
Nothing can destroy your peace of mind because God goes with you wherever you go.” ~ Lesson 41, ACIM Nothing, really, nothing! I don’t think there is any greater challenge in life than to maintain a peace of mind on a daily, hourly, minute to minute, or second to second basis. Peace of mind seems … Continue reading Now I lay me down to sleep………….
The idea of forgiveness is a tough one for me. If I “forgive and forget”, as the saying goes, I feel like I run the risk of being hurt again and again. We all know that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results. So is it … Continue reading Forgive and Let Live
The coming new year is all about numbers. The end of the fiscal year means that on January 1st you start all over with income calculations, tax records, medical deductibles, vacation days, budgets and the list goes on. We think of our new resolutions and intentions in terms of numbers as well. I want to … Continue reading It’s a Numbers Game
My favorite holidays are Thanksgiving and New Years because they are NO-GIFT REQUIRED celebrations. I am a terrible gift giver. I don’t like to shop, I don’t like to ask people what they want because I want the gift to be a surprise and I don’t like to purchase gift cards. When I would buy … Continue reading Wanted: Gift Giving Guru
Should go over the mountain Might go over the mountain Must go over the mountain but……………………………. Words and phrases like should, “have to” , “need to” and “I must” have guilt and resentment written all over them. When we sit on the fence of commitment we might say “I think”, “I’ll try”, “maybe that … Continue reading The Little Engine that…………
Please join me in celebrating the month of December in a very different way this year. We all remember the advent calendars we had as children with the little windows that opened. The Jewish faith celebrates the eight days of Hanukkah or the Festival of Lights. Even people of non-Christian faiths participate in much of … Continue reading Advent of the New Year
I have recently been enrolled in the wound healing program by my earthly medical advisers and my Spiritual Adviser. As far as my medical recovery is concerned, I am using state of the art medical products and treatments. One of the products is a wound dressing called Sorbact. This mesh-like, green colored fabric is hydrophobic. … Continue reading When we are healed, we are not healed alone. ACIM
Maybe you have 200 contacts on Linkedin, 500 friends on Facebook and 30 people following you on Twitter (or “Twerps”). This is what I call the social doughnut. This doughnut is the sweet, quick rush of sugar that has become the foundation and staple of our social diet. It is a brain rush when we … Continue reading The Center of the Social Doughnut
I remember attending my first symphony orchestra concert in Cleveland, Ohio as a part of the third grade class trip to Severance Hall to see the world-renowned Cleveland Orchestra. I sat down and never noticed anything else thing around me until it was over. I could not even remember breathing. I had lost all conscious … Continue reading Passion 101: Invite passion into your life!