A collage of a woman atop a rock holding her head, distressed a bit, with a solar eclipse behind her.

Reading Time: 9 minutes “You could have grown cold, but you grew courageous instead. You could have given up, but you kept on going. You could have seen obstacles, but you called them adventures. You could have called them weeds, but instead you called them wildflower. You could have died a caterpillar, but you fought on to be a […]

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A bright drawing of a man with portraits of various people in the background.

Reading Time: 5 minutes “Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive.” (Dalai Lama) Nowadays we live in a very individualistic world, a society driven by ego, prestige and status. It’s all about “what’s in it for me” and how to get the best for “me, myself and I,” whether it’s in a materialistic, educational […]

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A colorful but not bright drawing of a multilayered heart.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Do you have a strong drive to make others—family, co-workers, friends—feel better (helper syndrome)? Are you so used to taking care of others—putting their needs first, making them comfortable, ignoring yourself in the process—that you don’t even notice when someone offers to support you? Do compliments pass you by—you hear the words but just don’t […]

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An image of a ballerina's torso, one arm replaced with a wing.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Have you ever seen a rabbit leap into the abyss of its hole? No thought. No contemplation. Just a simple move to escape, to hide or to win. What is the rabbit’s intention? I’ve been conquering my rabbit hole for years and I think I might just have it figured out. I suppose one could […]

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A portrait of a red-headed woman with her eyes shut introspectively.

Reading Time: 4 minutes To know if you are stressed, let’s take time to understand what stress is. In my Certified Stress Management Consultant seminar, my teacher, Dr. George Bien, says it best: “Stress is response to change!” I’d like to note that there is positive stress and there is negative stress. Positive stress stems from things that challenge […]

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Reading Time: < 1 minute   The truth is most people’s lives are based on the beliefs of a malnourished community.  It starts out with the beliefs of our parents and families, then our friends and then our co-workers.  We’re working with programming that doesn’t nourish us. How do I know this? Just look at the stats. We are the […]

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Reading Time: 2 minutes This has been a dream child for many years. Stepping out is not so easy and sometimes we can use everything in life as an excuse to not pursue that which your heart really wants to do. The Purpose “If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then […]

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A woman looking unhappy.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Bipolar disorder is a condition in which yin and yang are most obviously in their places. I say this in a relatively relaxed sense, purely looking at the positives and negatives, and the ups and downs of the illness. I want to share with you how I found the process of finding stability and recovery […]

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Reading Time: 3 minutes For ten years I served as a United Methodist Director of Student Ministries. I like to think of myself as a “Dead Poet’s Society” type of teacher—living life together and sharing Christ in and through my own experiences along with guiding students during their own personal journeys. We became kind of like a family. Part […]

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