My work is focused upon studying the human condition and measuring the impact of how we deal with what life delivers alongside attending to the role of intention, free will, and behavioral reactions. It’s all fascinating–all of the time. What is troublesome however is that we cannot know what lies ahead. The next steps can
We agree that life is short and we want more time with one another. We agree that it is time to agree to come together more often. We agree that the love runs deep and fun pours forth. We put our hands together and agree that we will live to be
The day began as I departed from St Louis at dawn and drove to my home town of Chicago. Some people think the drive a horrid one, I love it. I am on the open road, enjoying the countryside, the old farms, the big sky, the rising sun, and the quiet. I trust my time
My mom’s cousin, who is my second cousin, just died. He was my oldest living relative. He was a WWII veteran and a very faith filled man who had a sweetness and a tough to him that I was drawn to. We exchanged a lot of communications online. He was political and funny and dear.
The people we are born to or gifted to are not our choice, there is some divine plan in place that puts us where we land. And although there are books written on family and child rearing and group dynamics, there is no book or one program that will be your life guide to every single
We have a lifetime of events that imprint us and those imprints are both emotional and psychological. We have the capacity to influence how it goes, what the feelings are, what the words are, and how we allow them to influence us as we take the next steps in our lives. Build the Strength Within
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
The phrase is so descriptive — wrap your mind around it. We do indeed need to completely embrace something if we are to deal with it effectively. If we do not, it is impossible, like a fruit fly you are trying to swat, it just moves away swiftly. The mind and the heart must work
Life is full of surprises and yet I am never surprised at how people behave when they think their life is really over. When someone is coming to a close on this life experience, they talk about many of the same things and yet the focus is singular — I WANT MORE TIME. I