Love or hate? Which have you chosen?

There are two paths to walk in life: One filled with compassion, love and support of ourselves and others or one filled with fear, hate, intolerance and anger. One feels like heaven, the other like hell. Guess which one is which. Which path are you traveling on?   Share This:


How to Tell if a Move Is Right for You

Moving, whether to a new home or job, is stressful in all ways, physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. And your next living or working destination will set the tone for the next chapter in your life, so the questions to ask yourself are: Will moving/working there (where ever there is) enhance my health and well-being? … Continue reading How to Tell if a Move Is Right for You


Epilog to the Horrible Daughter Story

“People can’t change so that’s that,” my 94-year-old mother declared. That was her response to our first ever confrontation. I am soon to be 67. I had confronted her because on Christmas day, in two public locations, she had announced to all what a horrible daughter I was. After I recovered from my shock at … Continue reading Epilog to the Horrible Daughter Story


Before You Take Your Final Breath

Dear Mom, On this, your 94th birthday, my wish for you is that before you take your final breath in this world, you experience the force and power of love. Real love between two people. Love that accepts you just the way you are. Love that embraces all that you have been, all that you … Continue reading Before You Take Your Final Breath


It’s Never Too Late to Repair a Broken Relationship

“Let’s get right down to it,” she said. “We have never been close.” “Since the day I was born.” I responded. Thus began the first ever face-to-face, let’s-get-honest conversation with my soon-to-be-94-year-old mom. I started the conversation to talk about the hateful and hurtful things she said about me in public on Christmas Day. She … Continue reading It’s Never Too Late to Repair a Broken Relationship


Breakthrough: Clearing an Obstacle on the Path to Manifestation

I caught myself today in a long-standing pattern that often triggers tension and stress in my journey to live my dream life. It’s a pattern of thinking that I have likely carried my entire life, but today is the first time I caught myself in the act of doing it. It was a breakthrough moment! … Continue reading Breakthrough: Clearing an Obstacle on the Path to Manifestation


Illuminating the Light within the Darkness

It’s hard to see the light when you’re steeped in the darkness of your disappointments, regrets, losses, failures, fears and painful experiences. The darkness can creep up in unexpected ways, a hurt here, a slight there, and before you know it you’re trapped in that darkness. You can tell a dark memory because it feels … Continue reading Illuminating the Light within the Darkness


28 Important Things to Think About

I have no idea who wrote these, and some of them are very funny, but watch out for the pearls of wisdom that will sneak up on you. Do not walk behind me, for I may not lead. Do not walk ahead of me, for I may not follow. Do not walk beside me, either; … Continue reading 28 Important Things to Think About


Funny, Yet So True and Endearing

I was born and raised in Southern California. During my life and career, I traveled extensively within the United States (and a few countries), working in, vacationing at or driving through nearly all 50 states. The only states I have not visited are Hawaii, both Dakotas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Arkansas, Mississippi and Alabama. But since I … Continue reading Funny, Yet So True and Endearing


The Two Best Rules for Navigating Life

In a world of free will, it seems to me that the original intent of “religion” was to establish rules for operating in an environment where everything is possible, yet not everything is desirable, especially if it impinged upon another’s free will. I see the two most important rules as: 1) treat everyone else as … Continue reading The Two Best Rules for Navigating Life