We all have regrets and its easy to not pay attention to them Read what a palliative nurse who works with the dying says about the top five regrets of dying peopleRead More
This video is self-explanatory. I really would like to hear what you think about what this man has to say about getting to know your true self, so chat away in the comment box below. And, share with others, too.
I have held onto this little video for months waiting for the right time to post it. This week many of my clients and friends shared a common theme of wanting to find their own voice.
Some were struggling to speak up in relationships, others were seeking to find their voice within themselves, and some folks were trying to say what they needed in a work situation. Their are many variations on the theme of not having a voice.
Everyone struggles with finding their own voice and even when they find it, it's a life long task to hone it, shape it until it's so vibrant and confident that there is no mistaking it for someone else's voice.Read More
When we are ready to set down roots we have an option to buy or an option to rent. Permanence versus impermanence. In life we have no such options. We are renters in life - here for a very short time. This video uses jelly beans to ask a really important question. Take a look
Recently, I have come across inspiring commencement speeches and thought it would be fun to post them on my blog. I am going to shoot for a commencement speech posting every Friday, for inspiration and for fun. Enjoy! Be Inspired!
I have been thinking about how we choose to spend our time. Most of us dally through our days as if life goes on forever. Or, we avoid making decisions that would propel our life in different, more exciting directions. Even yet, we often remain mired in uncertainty and fear when stepping out of our personal box would bring us joy.
Aimlessness seems to be a common human affliction. We carry around a certain sense of unease like a shield against disaster, certain that if we let go of our unease life as we know it would deteriorate into a big mess.
So we cling to routineRead More
This video looks like a great prelude to my next blog post, which will be posted this week.
What is your challenge of the day, week, month, year?
When we are in the midst of difficulties it's really hard to see the silver lining. It's hard to imagine how we will grow from the experience. It feels unfair that we have to go through such hard times.
Yet day after day, year after year, century after century we learn again and again the truth in the words: we grow through our pain.
We often try to flee from difficult emotions, such as, grief, loneliness, and anger, pushing them down, hoping they will go away.Read More