An amazing extemporaneous commentary – and though I am Jewish, I find the words echo in my heart with their truth.
My in-laws left today after a few days visit with us here in VA. Our time together was relaxed and laugh-filled, much conversation and time to enjoy each other’s company. And I sit here reflecting on what I learned while they were here. Pop is 87 and his beloved is six years his junior. They met when she was 16 years old. He was an ex-GI, recently graduated from NYU. She was a beautiful girl with a very protective father. When Pop’s friend first told him about her, he told… Read more So Much Still To Learn →
Bill @ drbillwooten.com had posted a quote from Brene Brown that has stared at me for days now.. “Owning our story can be hard, but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it. Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky, but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy – the experiences that make us the most vulnerable…” And, as is typical with the route of the karma truck, a confluence of moments stop me along the road and force me to pull over… Read more Magic To Do →
“The universe is not short on wake-up calls. We’re just quick to hit the snooze button.” – Brene Brown There are some days when I think I have done absolutely… Read more Dozing Through Life →
“In these bodies we live and in these bodies we will die Where you invest your love, you invest your life” — Mumford & Sons Such a simple concept,… Read more In This Moment →
Some men know that they want to be dads – the-kind-who-are-always-there – dads. Today is your day. Some men know that they will never be as flummoxed as when an… Read more For All The Dads →
A view of the demonstrations in Turkey that most of us will never see from a clos up perspective such as this.
Once again, timing proves to be everything. Lately it seems like a lot of people have started following the karma truck. I will confess I’m not convinced that all of… Read more When There’s Little To Be Sure Of →