An Old Guy on Grief

I came across this article a few days ago when someone posted it on Facebook. A woman had lost her friend, and she was reaching out online to ask how to deal with grief.  On reddit.com, she wrote, “My friend just died.  I don’t know what to do.”  While she received many answers and aContinue reading “An Old Guy on Grief”

Two Lives

“Tyler changed my life.  He showed me the magic and the beauty within the most unexpected things.  He gave me strength just by holding my hand.  He gave me purpose and a sense of calm.”   – Catrina Simbe I recently went to a fundraising dinner.  It was for a foundation called Tyler’s Grace, createdContinue reading “Two Lives”

5 Important Lessons

I came across the following video on the interwebs, through an email that had a link, that led to another a link, and then to another…you know how those web discoveries go. I’ve heard about near-death experiences (NDEs, as they’re called), and though I haven’t really dug in and followed any specific story, I’ve heardContinue reading “5 Important Lessons”

Fergus the Dog

I received an email in my inbox the other day from Reid Tracy, the CEO of Hay House.  No, it wasn’t to me personally 🙂 …it’s just part of a e-newsletter I get.  The content struck a chord with me that I wanted to share with you. Fergus is Reid’s dog.  On a recent roadContinue reading “Fergus the Dog”

An Intuitive Day

(Photo cred: blog.crew.co) Don’t hate me when I say this, but, there are days I wake up and have absolutely nothing on my agenda.  Nothing urgent, nothing needing to be done “right now,” no impending deadline, just  f r e e  t i m e. What a blessing, right?  What a beautiful thing to haveContinue reading “An Intuitive Day”

Those Pesky Planes

I’ve been reading Dr. Luskin’s book called Forgive for Good, recommended to me by a friend who found it interesting because of his approach to forgiveness for health.  As a health professional, I was also intrigued.  I’d never heard anyone talk about it like that before, the need to practice forgiveness as a means toContinue reading “Those Pesky Planes”