There’s a nice poem by Valerie Cox circulating about a woman who bought some cookies and a book at an airport and sat down to read and nibble while waiting for her plane. She soon noticed a man sitting next… Continue reading
On this day four years ago my Dad lost his battle with cancer and left his body.
I still miss him every day.
I cry the tears as they surface.
Honouring the process of grief helps facilitate this sweet release… Continue reading
I think the words we use both inwardly to ourselves and outwardly to anyone who’ll listen can reveal a great deal. Words can alter our mood, they can comfort, reassure, express love or be the source of conflict and grief… Continue reading
A very dear friend of mine is having a tough time at the moment. I recalled this story and shared it with him. He said that these words helped him put things into perspective and suggested I shared… Continue reading
Taking nothing personally has become a mantra by which I live my life…most of the time….
In Don Miguel Ruiz’s great little book: The four agreements, the author suggests that nothing that others do is because of you. What they… Continue reading
1. There are at least two people in this world
that you would die for.
2. At least 15 people in this world
love you in some way.
3. The only reason anyone would ever hate you
is because they… Continue reading
We all have things that we hold on to that no longer serve our best interest. Letting go is a well used snippet of advice freely given but HOW do we actually do it?
First and foremost the question must… Continue reading
I’ve struggled most of my life with my weight. I know I’m not alone in this place. Like millions of others, I have tried countless diets and slimming clubs to fight the flab. All with pretty much the same results;… Continue reading
To All People Around the World
Please send your prayers of love and gratitude to water at the nuclear plants in Fukushima, Japan!
By the massive earthquakes of Magnitude 9 and surreal massive tsunamis, more than 10,000 people are still… Continue reading
A rather handsome chestnut colt born with a flaxen mane and tail looking every inch like he’d grow up to be the spitting image of Stubbs’s great portrait: Whisltejacket. He showed… Continue reading