As I sit here at my computer trying to find words that will capture the essence of Newman, I have to smile.
This holiday season is bright in many ways. Homes are decorated with sparkling icicles and flickering lights.
Call it getting old (or “phony”) but I’m not the fan I once was of “The Catcher in the Rye”.
For myself, big breakfasts are not a good way to start my day.
You may have noticed that I separated those words, thanks and giving.
It is my habit to check the dogs available at our shelter on Sunday night…
A saturation of anxieties may overwhelm our sense of logic and understanding of ourselves, the mind can wander into the depths of a kaleidoscope of intense thought.
If you’re politically inclined (and lean to the right), I’ll bet you thought I was talking about the first 100 days of the new administration.
Patience and to be still inside the mind is a practice needed in order to allow the heart to not be troubled during moments of uncertainty and frustrations we face.
An unspoken love between hearts is knowing whatever life struggles we face, we face them together as one;