July’s Been a Cruel Month

July’s Been a Cruel Month

It’s the 21st of July and I am not feeling the love from this month. Almost since Day One. And if I can trust (what an important word in my life now, and in our world) what I hear and read, it’s pretty awful for a lot of other people also. What’s going on? It feels...
A Fine Line: Helping, vs. Enabling Others

A Fine Line: Helping, vs. Enabling Others

I’m not going to make this Post about politics. The people here in the U.S. have some soul-searching and reality-checking to do. Choices, and decisions to make. It’s clear to a lot of us that it’s time to address our “issues” as a nation. Still, as I was thinking...
Questioning, challenging, and pushing-back

Questioning, challenging, and pushing-back

I live in a city and state with a high infection rate of the Covid virus; on the west coast of “The United States of Covid”. As the entire world now labels us. I don’t take offense at this; I get it:  no one should be allowing us inside their borders right...
The Real “Essential Activities” for Today

The Real “Essential Activities” for Today

Like many people right now, I’m hunkered-down in a small personal orbit of “only essential activities”. A bizarre situation that, despite having lived through a few global pandemics I can’t find a similar comparison for. The difference? I feel impacted on a deeper...
My Favorite Influencers:  Resilient People

My Favorite Influencers: Resilient People

When it comes to my own Inner Guidance System, after over 60 years of pretty intense living, I’m still always on the prowl for others’ perspectives. But the wisdom I often seek comes from a place of earned-resilience. Traumatic experience or difficult...
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