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  • The Rabbit And The Garden

    Stories carry the seeds of our humanness. They help us, teach us, heal us, and connect us to what matters. I’ve been reading a book by poet and philosopher Mark Nepo called The Book of Awakening. In the book, he writes daily affirmations that I truly find awakening. More often than not, they trigger thoughts about concepts that I […]

  • As The Crow Flies

    If we were to drive from one of end of the state of Florida, say the northwestern Pensacola panhandle; to the other end, say, beautiful southeastern Key West, we would travel over 792 miles of road. And that would be the shortest distance. Not restricted by toll-booths, or distracted by tourist traps and traffic jams, birds intuitively know where the direct […]

  • Take A Hike!

    How long have we all waited for the opportunity to do things we have avoided due to “money, weather, or an array of other excuses?” For many of us, it’s been way too long. However, time is not slowing down, so let’s do that which feeds our souls and fuels our-inner courage. Let’s do BIG, […]

  • Putting Things Off OR The Broken Record of Procrastination

    We all have those mundane, boring or overwhelming tasks we just don’t want to do. You know! The less-interesting, less-fun to-do’s necessary for keeping daily life running smoothly. As a rule, many of us put them off until the very final hour, when the thought of the task somehow becomes worse than the task itself. Maybe, it’s folding laundry. […]

  • The Tooth Fairy

    A good friend shared the following story: “My daughter was in first grade when she lost her front tooth,” she began. “It happened while she was at school, just after circle time. To distract the kids from the blood, her wonderful teacher made a big deal of this momentous occasion. And, let’s face it, in […]

  • Addicted to Busy

    More and more, I come across clients and friends who suffer from the chronic and widespread addiction of Too Busy. They may be Too Busy to play with their children or have lunch with an old friend. Perhaps they’re Too Busy to see family, near or far; or to join that volunteer group they so […]

  • My Two Left Feet

    My Two Left Feet – A Not So Grim Tale Once upon a time, a little girl took dancing lessons. She loved the music, the thought  of ballerinas and especially the fabulous costume she would wear at her recital. Technically, she wasn’t the best in the class, but it simply didn’t matter because dancing made […]

  • Grasper the Crab

    The promise of a larger life and a soul inspired future is poignantly illustrated in the following children’s story, Grasper the Crab by Paul Own Lewis. Grasper teaches us that in order to grow and experience wonder, we have to be willing to take risks and listen to our own inner voice. Grasper, a sweet, young […]

  • A Gratitude Ritual

    Sharing the powerful and profound teachings and rituals of Debbie Ford. May they live on and that we have the opportunity to continue to share them. A Gratitude Ritual by Debbie Ford The beautiful gifts of gratitude begin at home so today invite a healing to happen in your own body in your own consciousness […]

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    Peace is This Moment Without Judgment

    These lines are taken from a beautiful poem by Dorothy Hunt.  Peace is This Moment Without Judgment Do you think peace requires an end to war? Or tigers eating only vegetables? Does peace require an absence from your boss, your spouse, yourself? … Do you think peace will come some other place than here? Some […]