This week’s theme for me has been love, joy, compassion, prayer and meditation. Today I will share images of people in my groups that share those feelings.
The principle of compassion lies at the heart of all religious, ethical and spiritual traditions. But how can this principle affect your life if you are unemployed, underemployed, having health challenges or just simply afraid? Read on…..
Random acts of kindness make us feel better, help another person, even if we remain anonymous and definitely make the world a better place. I challenge you to do two good deeds this week.
I had no idea they had all sorts of names for fear of flying including aerophobia, aviatophobia, aviophobia or pteromerhanophobia. Oddly enough I overcame my fear by being in a commercial plane that almost crashed.
Aloha, Years ago I realized that no matter what the question love is always the answer and no matter what sort of problem we are having if we respond with love the results are far superior. Angels only have one […]
Since today is Veteran’s Day I decided to share some angels, thoughts and prayers for all those affected by war.
What does the movie, “Men Who Stare at Goats” have to do with working with angels? Let me tell you a story and then you’ll see the connection.
Meditating really is good for you and it is easy. Meditating is a wonderful opportunity to practice being patient, gentle and loving with yourself and all you have to do is mindfully follow your breath.
Fear stops us from doing a lot of things that brings us happiness and joy but there are some simple things you can do to free yourself from fear.
In Jewish tradition the word we translate “miracle” is nes. A nes is a sign, like a flag, waiving above a building or a marker, drawing your attention to something special. I thought about the idea of miracles as markers and as I looked at my life I saw a lot of miracles.