The decision, and risk, of climbing Kilimanjaro, allowed me to practice embracing the unknown rather than to fear it… to fully enjoy every step, moment, and small miracle along the way.
How Ten Days of Silent Meditation Changed My Life
When I first heard of meditation retreats, I just didn’t get it. Life is precious and short, and with the exception of desperately overworked parents, I couldn’t fathom why anyone would willingly submit to such a thing…
Only Have Real Problems
I don’t know why, but I hate getting wet. I don’t mind being wet; I just hate the experience of getting there. Sure, I’ll wade ankle deep on a beach, or dangle my hand from the side of a sailboat, but immersion is something I avoid, and do not—I repeat NOT!—splash me, squirt me, or […]
Dear Feet, I Love You
I have noticed recently a deluge of articles relating to Covid weight gain, Covid flab, and other developments that are causing great unhappiness as people struggle to get back in the clothes with which they once ventured out into the world.
Found by Love
What if we are still connected across the veil to those we love who have died? Maybe finding hearts are the key.
We had hoped to put an end to the string of challenges by starting 2022 making our almost-annual trek in to the desert and the healing warmth that has stabilized my lungs in past years. It may look like fun to most outsiders (and it can be at times) but there is a very serious reason for this journey and I consider it truly essential for my health.
What’s Your Story?
Enter storytelling, our reliable friend and tool that would help us to feel seen, heard, understood, and appreciated, and do the same for others. These desires are core to the human experience, strong leaders included. Conscious leaders have the courage to get personal and in turn, invite others…
How to Distinguish a Big Dream From an Imagined Goal
Of all the skills you can acquire in life, the one that will take you the farthest is dream building.
That is a more difficult practice than you might imagine. READ MORE