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Tag Archives: peace
When was the last time you spent more than a minute or two in silence? Have you ever actually planned a time to spend in silence? I am talking about real, pure, silence – no music, no phones ringing, no … Continue reading
Oh Oh Catch that Buzz Love is the drug I’m thinking of Oh Oh Can’t you see Love is the drug for me* Anyone that ever listened to the radio in the mid 1970’s is probably familiar with those … Continue reading
Letting Go We’ve all heard that advice before, “Just let it go, Honey. Let it go.”, and in fact letting go can be a very powerful choice. AND, sometimes, it is a lot easier said than done. Recently I … Continue reading
Have you ever thought about the fact that all we really have is right now? The present moment is the only thing that is truly “real”. Continue reading
A few months ago I had a conversation with my son. He was asking me why people sometimes stay in unsatisfactory relationships or situations for so long. I told him that, “When the pain of the current situation becomes greater than the … Continue reading
As children, most of us were taught to “say please and thank you.” Marshall Rosenberg said that anytime anyone expresses anything they are always either saying “please” or “thank you.” Often what we hear people say does not sound like … Continue reading
As I type this post I am aware of my little dog, Yuki, sleeping here on the floor in my office. She is sleeping very soundly. As I think about her and what she might be experiencing I realize that … Continue reading
Recently I was involved in a rite-of-passage commemoration for my dear friend, Rebekah. Prior to the ceremony, she asked me to sing several songs at the service. I was honored to do so, as well as be in the presence … Continue reading
Se’arah Bekos Mayim. A storm in a teacup. A hurricane in a glass of water. The phrase above is a Hebrew proverb that has its English equivalent in the idea of making a mountain out of a molehill, the latter … Continue reading