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  In the early 1990’s I happened upon a man whose words captured me from the pages of a book that had literally fallen off the shelf into my waiting hands. It was about a Jewish approach to 12 step […]

 A few weeks ago, I sat in the presence of a woman I had met back in May when she performed at The Kindred Spirits Festival at the heaven-on-earth Mt. Eden Retreat in Washington, NJ. Her voice, which reminds me […]

  It may seem odd to be writing about the death of someone inspiring under the category of My Personal Bliss, but not so, when you read further. In 1997, I became aware of a man named Rabbi Joseph Gelberman […]

  Recently I was gathering books to bring to work to share with my clients.  Inspirational authors such as Alan Cohen, Shel Silverstein,  Gregg Braden, Judith Orloff, Michael Beckwith, Dr. Seuss, Neale Donald Walsch, Marianne Williamson, Joan Borysenko, Karen Drucker, Jim Donovon […]

  I couldn’t resist the opportunity to add a little Philly flavor to the title of the blog post today:)     This week I came upon a video that had me laughing, dancing (that was part of its purpose) […]

Boredom is a state of mind. Take a look around you. An entire Universe was created for your delight. Kneel down in the grass and witness what is going on in that hidden realm. Gaze up at the star sparkled […]

  I LOVE movies. How amazing it is to be, not merely an observer of someone’s life, but if it is truly a quality film, I feel as if I am playing a role as well. Last week, I saw […]

  Wander whimsically. Allow your heart to be the compass on your journey as you tread lightly on the path before you. Have not a clue about your ultimate destination. Instead, trust that the One who guides you has the […]