George Floyd – A Path through Silence – Grief, Empathy, Hope

What to say when you don’t know what to say. Like many, I was stunned into horrified silence by the brutal and unjust murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Even now, I write and rewrite this. There are no words. Grief steals them from me. Even the word ‘grief’ isn’t fair or adequate. Many condolences [...]

Grief, Love, Impossible Hope – Working and Creating through Crisis

Just when I think my heart can’t break any more… It does. I just heard about the mass shooting in Nova Scotia. And I broke down in tears. Again. Since COVID-19 started, I’ve been awash in emotions. Part of being a sensitive person, and filled with empathy, is having a lot of emotions about the [...]

A hug from Wayne

This week Dr. Wayne W. Dyer left his body. While he had his health issues over the years, he was so active and vibrant that his death still comes as a shock. I never had the opportunity to meet Wayne in person, but I felt, as you may too, that I really did know him. [...]

By |2018-06-08T00:20:51-06:00September 3, 2015|Categories: General|Tags: , , , , , , |1 Comment

Rest in Peace

Rest in peace is a blessing we say for our dearly departed, but I have begun to ponder its deeper meaning. I have weathered my share of grieving in the past few years and I will be on my way to another funeral for a family member in the next few days. We wish them [...]

By |2020-04-20T18:04:59-06:00March 26, 2014|Categories: Poetry and Writing|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Book Review – Unfinished Business

Book Summary “Unfinished Business” guides you through the messages that the dearly departed have for all of us ‘living’ to live better and fuller lives. The messages are interwoven with compelling stories of James Van Praagh’s fascinating mediumship. The book touches on all aspects of our mental and emotional lives and is a great introduction [...]

By |2018-06-08T22:07:05-06:00January 27, 2011|Categories: Books|Tags: , , , , , |2 Comments
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