I have been spending a lot of time in conversation about, and reflecting upon, how to walk with someone through a transition, whether a birth or death. In sharing some of my musings, a friend commented on the fact that I kept referring to my grandmother’s “passing.” He said, “I can’t help but notice you keep using a euphemism, ‘passing.’ I prefer to call it what it is—death is death. I can’t philosophize on what happens afterwards. But I know… >> learn more.
Whether you stay up to watch the ball drop, or head to bed early, on January 1st we all wake up and suddenly it’s a new year. Just like that. It’s easy to let life happen to you, to carry over the energy of the previous year into this year. But a new year holds the magical energy of potential and change. So what do we do with that?
Many people try and harness that energy by setting goals or… >> learn more.
We are more than half way through 2018. And with the buzz of college students flocking back to campus, and the promise of crisp fall air on the horizon, I’m thinking about my resolution.
Every year I choose a word. Something to anchor me to intention , so that even as I get rocked by the waves of life’s chaos, I am still tethered to my goals. This year’s word was abundance. I wanted financial abundance, to help get us out… >> learn more.