I think it helps a lot if we consider everyone to be on loan to us. Child, spouse, partner, parent, lover, friend, colleague. When we think of relationships in this way, we will learn to value people more knowing that tomorrow the person may be gone, or that the relationship may be over. Lahat ay… Continue reading 50. Everything is on loan
I think forgiveness is a very brave thing to do. More often than not, we really can't do it on our own, and this is when the grace of God steps in. I always used to tell my children when they were younger, "Hate is a very strong and powerful word. Do not use it."… Continue reading When Love Doesn’t Win
I find that in both the personal and the professional, the gift of the fifth decade of life is found in mastering the art of surrender. No longer upset when things don't go my way. Learning to roll with the punches, and letting the pain just slide, and yes, keeping away from situations and people… Continue reading Lessons From The 5th Decade
Midlife At some other point in my life, waking up to a day that's gray would make me feel blue. Today, I'm just grateful that those days are over. Maybe they'll pop up occasionally, which is expected. But in general, I've learned to take the beauty of each day, and each moment as it comes.… Continue reading A Beautiful Life
The smell of a newborn, so intoxicating for a mother. There is nothing else like it in the whole wide world. Every baby is a new experience, and every kiss feels like the first time.