On Grief, Loss, Longing and LoveRead More
Where are the sacred spaces in your life? How often do you stop there to recover and reflect?Read More
Suffering can be the doorway to your personal evolution, to growth and expansion, if you choose to shift your thoughts and perceptions.Read More
Fly when you’re thrown out of the nest.Read More
Sometimes the most courageous thing to do is to lay down your sword and walk away empty handed.Read More
Heartbreak and I have an ongoing relationship and over the years we’ve come to a compromise.Read More
This morning I woke up with a deep feeling of emptiness within me. I felt that my life had no purpose and like a child who had been abruptly abandoned during the night, I was alone.Read More
We can’t solve our human issues thinking our way out of them.Read More
I have moved 17 times in my life. (Just counted. I surprised myself too!) Each and every time I left something behind.Read More
It begins with an inkling, a soft whisper, a gentle nudge...Something is calling you…Read More
Read this slowly. Read this aloud.Read More
You might be thinking this is a food post. It’s not.
You act according to your own level of consciousness.Read More
How can you recover your true nature while being present to the reality of your life?Read More
Here are 5 tips I'd like to share with you on how to get the new year started.Read More
Every New Year a mantra reveals itself to me that serves as a compass for my decisions and actions and that challenges me to go beyond my limitations of ego and mind.Read More
All of us have asked ourselves, “Why did such a terrible thing happen?” We begin to doubt our humanity, we doubt our faith, we doubt everything we thought we knew about fairness, about what’s right and wrong, and even our capacity to continue in the face of terrible events.Read More
The last time I saw my mother she was smiling and laughing at nothing in particular. My mother has dementia and has had dementia for almost ten years now. Each visit brings an onslaught of guilt and uncomfortable feelings.
And then it happened...