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Surprise is the greatest gift life can grant us. ~Boris Pasternak Yep, it took me by surprise. As we waited to check in at the international counter, I noticed an elderly woman quite a bit ahead of me. She was … Continue reading
You must give up the life you planned in order to have the life that is waiting for you. ~Joseph Campbell It was magical. Meeting up with eight soul sisters in a house on a beach in perhaps what was … Continue reading
“Isn’t it funny how day by day nothing changes, but when we look back everything is different.” ~ C.S. Lewis It’s been a year. Today. Last year on this day, and this evening, I was a patient in a hospital. … Continue reading
Yesterday, I was an attorney in private practice. And today, I’m not. And all is well. There comes a time when change occurs. It may be unexpected or predictable. Each has its own challenge and each, its own sort of celebration, a … Continue reading
I am here to live out loud. ~Emile Zola New schools and teams. New bands and choruses. New subjects and topics. New employees. New clients. New organizations and responsibilities. New chapters. The newness echoes, reminding me of the passing of … Continue reading
Everything is a gift of the universe — even joy, anger, jealousy, frustration, or separateness. Everything is perfect either for our growth or our enjoyment. ~Ken Keyes, Jr. When the night sounds linger into day. When all is still. When … Continue reading
Don’t make the pain pretty with the theory of gratitude; be hurt, be pissed, be furious, be weak. Be where it’s ugly and uncomfortable — without adding sweetener to it. Spare yourself the karmic explanations, the family of origin connections, the “it’s all … Continue reading