Sticks, Stones and What Can Really Hurt

Sticks, Stones and What Can Really Hurt

The old children’s rhyme goes like this: “Sticks and stones will break my bones, but words will never harm me.” I beg to differ. We live in the Internet Age. There are a lot more words at our fingertips now. Comment sections for every picture and post, and it seems...
The Kindness Rocks Project

The Kindness Rocks Project

“One moment can change a day, one day can change a life and one life can change the world.” Gautama Buddha What the world needs now is kindness, small, simple acts of kindness …. Every morning I awakened before my husband and daughters, let my dogs out, poured a cup...
How I Found My Personal Path to Enlightenment and Bliss

How I Found My Personal Path to Enlightenment and Bliss

I sat on my yoga mat, crossed legged, eyes closed. The vibration of “om” flowed from my slackened lips. The sound of my neighbors inhales and exhales danced around my eardrums. Here I was; I had my blocks, my comfy yoga pants and a bunch of tension ready to be...
The Art of Letting Go

The Art of Letting Go

As we move through life, we gradually become aware that we cannot carry everything by ourselves. We may reach points where we realize we are doing things we don’t really want to do, perhaps bending to the needs of others too much, and feeling like there is little time...
5 Unexpected Health Benefits of Showing Gratitude

5 Unexpected Health Benefits of Showing Gratitude

Are you the type of person who sees the glass as half full, or half empty? If it’s the latter, learning to cultivate and show gratitude may help you fill your cup until it is overflowing. I like to call gratitude ‘Vitamin G,’ and it’s an essential nutrient for our...
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