Being Thankful in 2020

At this time of Thanksgiving for Americans, 2020 might test our abilities to give thanks. Even so, I know so many that can find gratitude in the midst of it all. As Mr. Rogers' mother said whenever there is tragedy, "look for the helpers." Look at our amazing Medical Community members that have risen to … Continue reading Being Thankful in 2020

Announcing with Great Gratitude

One of my bucket list items was to learn how to publish the multiple books I have written in draft form. Note that I said multiple, meaning I'm planning on being in this life's story for quite a while. In the past I've found it daunting to get through the many formatting rules to self-publish. … Continue reading Announcing with Great Gratitude

Sacred II

I had an epiphany last night.    As you might know from my last article, I was inspired by the author of “The Five Invitations” to see the sacred in everything.   My main motivation for doing this was because I wanted to be able to project that feeling as much as possible throughout my day.   If … Continue reading Sacred II

Sacred

I have always thought of “Sacred” as applying to places and objects that have great spiritual energy.   I was listening to the book “The Five Invitations” last night by Frank Ostaseski and loved his concept of seeing the sacred in everything.   He told the story of Thich Nhat Hanh holding up a piece of white … Continue reading Sacred

Opportune Spiritual Lessons from COVID19

We’ve all had plenty of time under the new social patterns required by COVID to know that we each have large challenges to face.   On a spiritual level, what are our opportunities for growth?  As I thought about this, it turns out I came up with many more than I was aware of.   If you … Continue reading Opportune Spiritual Lessons from COVID19