Welcome to contributor Jennifer Alhasa who offers some great insight about managing our personal energy.
When D’Anne first asked me to do a blog on embracing being Honest, Open and True, a plethora of examples popped up. Yet I’ve written nothing in
the weeks since. So here I am, on the last day of my deadline, and boy, do I have one for you!
I’ve been calling myself a “Cancer Coach” for the last year. As such, I’ve helped clients coping with disease to manage stress,
Tomorrow is Christmas, a very holy day for our family. Our lives are filled with the joy of sharing this holiday with family andfriends. We are blessed, but I know
Bringing peace on earth and good will to all.
others are acutely missing those who are not in their lives but should be.
I’m not talking about those who are simply celebrating Christmas someplace else, those who are away in military service, or even those who have died. While we miss those people, there’s a different kind of hole in our hearts for those who have broken their connection to us. Continue reading
In the week since Adam Lanza killed 20 innocent young children and six heroic adults in the town of Newport, Connecticut, many people have proclaimed to know why it happened, or at least who or what to blame.
There are many degrees of truth, but no absolute truths, only absolute beliefs.
Informed only by the limited details reported ad nauseum by media, they’ve reached a conclusion.
Well, I’ve got news for them. For the most part, they’re wrong. They’re wrong because they point to one single answer as though it were the absolute truth. There is no single version of the truth. No One Right Answer. Not for Sandy Hook, not for the fiscal cliff, not for your business, not for a better relationship with your teenager. Truth is a compound substance composed of many beliefs. There is no pure element in the periodic table of life called Truth. Continue reading