Being politically correct is to be unoffensive to others, specifically regarding gender or race. Rather than it be a personal challenge for each to see their self in true form, whether it be living from the heart for all, or not, it has become a free license to judge and criticize others. Ironic isn't … Continue reading An Observation on Political Correctness
There are "rules" of kindness that were instilled in all of us at an early age, while for some, love for fellow man, compassion, empathy and care are who they are at the soul level. I first became aware of the difference years ago while traveling. A man traveling with his wife, seemed to be … Continue reading Earth Angels Among Us
Accepting that you are not alone is a difficult and yet immensely rewarding accomplishment during difficult times. Making decisions and dealing with suffering leave many feeling lost and alone and in need of comfort and support. This weekend in our community was Relay For Life, a time for coming together after months of fundraising to support … Continue reading Accepting That You Are Not Alone
Life is busy. Even when time is afforded for myself, there are still many things floating through my head, and at the end of the day, I think to myself, "Did you give gratitude today?" I have realized that gratitude does not have to be spoken or even thought, but it does have to … Continue reading Give Gratitude Effortlessly
Today I am borrowing from a much wiser and well known writer to help convey an important parenting concept. If like me, you grew up hearing "Do as I say not as I do," and tried that as a way of parenting, you probably have already discovered that it doesn't work. Integrity is a much … Continue reading Model What You Want Them To Be
Making wise choices comes about from experiences and practice as well as maturation. In any situation, children see what they are focusing on. It is only with growth and lessons learned that they begin to realize that there are consequences to every action. They are usually as surprised as anyone else when things don't go … Continue reading What Were You THINKING!?!
The day had seemed long when Gabby opened the back door to the kitchen. It wasn’t that she felt sad, more like empty. Unsure of why she felt this way, she knew she felt like she needed a hug, a tight one, one that said, “You are all right the way you are.” Mom was … Continue reading Miss Misunderstood- an unpublished new story
The news this week was full and controversial! The Supreme Court as you know legalized gay/ lesbian marriage, and with it came soooooo many opinions! The president announced that the healthcare act is here to stay. The Confederate flag is coming down in so many places and everyone has an opinion- or 3. The most … Continue reading Is it Possible that you have Limiting Beliefs?
The energy was wonderful at Wonderstone Gallery in Dunmore, Pennsylvania for the launch of My Loving Self and Me on April 18, 2015! A grandmother and customer of the Gallery came by to tell me how important she believes the book to be. She had bought it earlier for her 12 year old grandson and they read it … Continue reading Yes, You Should Read My Loving Self and Me!