In this blog post, I affirm that I am still here. That I will continue to plant the seeds, and tend to the garden. I express gratitude for deep spirited friends. That we are resilient, in spite of our grief.
In this blog post, I think about how this time of quarantine has helped me in becoming a spiritually grounded person and achieve new synergy in my work life balance. I also hope sharing will provide some hope for those in need.
During these days of social distancing, I miss my church and communal worship life. I worship solo, finding joy in God’s Garden, and remember my community in prayer.
In this blog post, I move in and out of the forests and trees to find deep spiritual truths about identity, ego and love.
In this blog post, I’m writing about strategies for taking stalk of our life during these days of quarantine, to move from despair to a more grounded peace of mind.
This year I intend to read one book a month that’s not a mystery/suspense/thriller – I want to read books […]
I recently began listening to a podcast by Dylan Marron, “Conversations with People Who Hate Me.” Dylan Marron is a […]