Category: ordinarya

How to Bear Witness to Tragedy

In the last few weeks, we have had the heartbreaking experience of repeatedly turning on our TVs to footage of slaughters—by the police, of the police, and most recently of revelers in France celebrating...

“Here’s What I think…”

“Here’s What I think…”

The other day I heard spiritual teacher Esther Hicks say that feeling compelled to offer advice that someone did not solicit from us is a sign of our own imbalance. While I certainly know...

“The Benefits of Contrast”

“The Benefits of Contrast”

Over the last few weeks South Florida has been experiencing a little taste of winter.  I’ve woken up in the middle of the night to temperatures that made me pull the comforter over my head,...

“Trust me…”

“Trust me…”

Issue 12:  April 2016 There are some people whom you would trust with just about anything….others, not so much. The folks whose decision-making skills you worry about the most could be anyone in your life:...

When to do nothing.

When to do nothing.

Over the past week or so I’ve been trying to manage a situation, but each day something new happens, and each day a new approach to managing things occurs to me. Eventually, I started to...

The Value of Vision

The Value of Vision

Issue 5: July 29th, 2015                I recently had the pleasure of visiting the most beautiful floral gardens I’ve ever seen—Butchart Gardens on Vancouver Island in Canada! At...

Of Blue Moons and Other Great Things

Of Blue Moons and Other Great Things

Hello Friends, The full moon we will experience on August 31st is technically a blue moon—the second full moon in a month. How fabulous is that? We get to celebrate the power of transformation that...

Bringing Dignity to an Undignified Departure

Bringing Dignity to an Undignified Departure

Dear Andrea, My friend’s husband has been seeing a woman he works with for quite some time now. He moved out of the marital home and got his own place about a year ago....