In the span of just a few days, so many things change. Just this week, the current administration failed in their mission to gut and dismantle the Affordable Care Act, and seem to have succeeded in stripping away discrimination protections
Adolescent Conservative Rhetoric, Part I
As the days continue in the saga of the new American political circus, I am finding that more and more of the people in my social media circles have either come into a strong position of standing together for the
Where Did Our Compassion Go?
In the past week, one of the recurring messages I’ve seen popping up in the news is regarding the new series of budget cuts declared by the current US government, and how these cuts are “compassionate” and ultimately in favor
10 Spiritual Books to Inspire You in Difficult Times
There are so many wonderful books available in the realm of spirituality and personal growth. I sure have gathered a large collection of them over the years! As we face the challenges of an uncertain political climate, as well as
A Culture Of Care
“Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree.” ~ Martin Luther We have been living in difficult times for years now, and for any sensitive person,
Today, I had the honor of sitting face to face with a woman I had never before met, and engaging in a deep listening practice that allowed me an intimate window into her childhood dreams, what she loves about this
Soul on Deck
Last night, I opened a message from a sister of mine and received a wonderful gift, words that were intended to uplift and inspire, and to acknowledge the shared courage and strength that we are gathering in these crazy times.
Last week, I came across a conversation on social media that suggested the only solution to the current state of things in the US is the dissolution of the country into two (or more) separate nations. One person claimed it