How Hurricane Harvey, Lady Gaga, and Love Has Brought People Together

So . . . Are we feeling the “shortest” season fade away? No doubt that this summer was for many very challenging, especially for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Whether Harvey was a natural event as the mainstream media states, or a geoengineered event as some experts have found, our hearts and support go out … Read more

Spring and Nature’s Lessons on Overcoming Grief

Once again, I’ve been wanting something to happen sooner rather than later. This time it’s Spring! However, Mother Nature says Spring will arrive when she’s ready, not when I want it to. I understand that, of course, but after all, we’re now past Easter, having devoured the chocolate rabbits, the colored eggs, and those special … Read more

Motherless Daughters : The Legacy of Loss ~ Hope Edelman

Going through breast cancer with my mother, who is a survivor, thoughts of loss are always very present in my life. Recently through my work and personal life I’ve gotten phone calls from close friends about their mothers passing from Cancer. In my book “Everything Happens for a Reason” I wrote about a yearly convention … Read more

The ripple effects in the aftermath of the largest mass shooting in US history have traveled well beyond Aurora Colorado

We are all connected. A tragedy such as this is proof that though we may not know any of those who have passed personally (or their family members and friends), the experience nonetheless hits a core in all of us. Death — especially one of this magnitude — awakens the fragility of life. Most people, … Read more

The Beauty of the Seasons

It’s March, and the vernal equinox is around the corner, arriving March 22nd.  There is beauty in all of the seasons, but poets, artists, singers and gardeners love the Spring. Most of us, including myself, are biting at the bit waiting for the warm weather to arrive. Well, it’s just a few weeks away!  Get ready! Although … Read more

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