Today I was drawn to reflect upon the passage in the Gospel of John between Jesus and the Samaritan woman. For those not familiar with the story, Jesus and his disciples journey to Samaria. They stop at a well and his disciples go to town for food. While at the well, a woman approaches. In […]
Today is a reflection on ‘going deep’. Hint – it’s a lot more than football. In what way can you go deeper in your own life?
In today’s video, I discuss the story of Geranium from Tori Hartman’s Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards. The times in our lives when we get uprooted are often the ones that enable us to truly stretch and grow deeper and more vibrant. Check out more at: www.connect2action.com If you’re interested in Tori’s Chakra Wisdom Oracle, you […]
Photo by Tirza van Dijk on Unsplash Pain is one of those things I try to avoid because quite frankly, it’s painful. But when I decide to trek run from pain, I lose an opportunity to grow. Pain is an ancient signal for learning. Before the modern age, pain was the surest way to […]
In an earlier post, I shared a recent experience with zombies. For context, you may want to check out that post. In this article, I want to address ways to break free from a zombie existence. Now if you’ve been drinking zombie cocktails for a long time, the withdrawal process can be painful, but like […]
I’ve heard it said and seen it for myself that some live in quiet desperation. How incredibly sad to say this, but the other day, I was reminded of how unfortunately true it may be. I had a quick trip to the Washington DC area and after checking into my room decided to […]
Enough already and stop killing perfectly happy, sunny lemons! Often we hear the old adage ‘when life throws you lemons, make lemonade’ – it’s a classic phrase to encourage a strong mental attitude and bigger picture perspective. The object of course in this idiom is that when challenges or troubles come your way (the […]
Most are familiar with the phrase ‘squirreling around’ as it usually refers to those times when play has no real intent or objective in mind – it’s simply play. I’ve been reminded of this frequently of late as I sit in my back yard early each morning and watch the squirrels engage in a daily […]