Wednesday, 29 October 2014 by drdeb
I remember the first time I met her. My immediate impression was that this beautiful person is captivating and so inspired and kind. A visit with her reveals an enormous passion for works of art and a consistent dedication to how it is displayed. Imagine you are the artist. Envision your thrill to have a
He was a world famous psychologist. He was an expert in human development and he spent a great deal of time watching children, loving them, being curious about how they developed their skills. He put both his mind and his heart into developing his theories about the life cycle, he saw it unfold in stages.
Did you know that his life spanned from 1452 – 1519? Did you know that his full legal name is Leonardo Di Ser Piero Da Vinci? I find it impressive and gorgeous to write out and then to pronounce–add a flare of Italian accent to it and I promise that you will feel a surge
The gruesome acts being committed against human beings by a group trying to deliver a message includes beheadings. This is a nightmare to witness, to hear about, to envision, or to even have within intellectual range to consider let alone comprehend. We are frightened and outraged, individually and collectively. This is not just about brutal
Several years ago, I was invited to book a massage appointment with someone described to me as a yoga teacher from Tibet. I made the appointment and didn’t know much other than this was a Tibetan monk and that the experience would be just that – an experience. It was. A man of small physical
It is sad to see life come to an end, regardless of the circumstances. Life is precious. We who are here in this life value the breaths we are taking. Our hearts break a bit when someone dies, when it is someone close to us we feel like there is no possibility for future happiness.
News travels fast and the words and the images shared enter into our minds and penetrate our hearts. To hear that our talented and treasured Robin Williams had died by his own hand took our collective breath and prompted a gasp, followed by shock and many tears. And this is as it should be, for
This spring has been exactly that — a bouncing of sorts to places around the country where I am eager to serve and to learn. In order for it all to happen, I have needed to take flight, literally and figuratively. This most recent flight was perhaps the highlight as it involved flying parallel to
Really? Another post about winter? I thought this series was scheduled to run every Saturday–it is now Sunday! What’s up? 68 degrees and sunny on Saturday is what was up. I spent time reclining in the sun, enjoying my yard and all the little things popping their heads up out of the ground–jonquils, hyacinth, tulips.
Tagged under: spring forward
I’ve come across this approach in a very serendipitous manner. I have found it to be a blessing. This is something I am eager to share because I am seeing results! Nick Ortner and his sister, Jessica, are genuinely giving and loving people–smart too and so filled with compassion. The article below comes straight