Mental Photography

Photography is an excellent metaphor for life. Before taking a photo, we notice something that attracts us. We narrow down the selection, point our camera to frame what appeals to us most and then we capture it with a click, freezing it in time. The same phenomenon...

Choice in Every Moment

Most of us suffer from the misconception that who we are is a fait accompli. We believe we might be able to improve this, fix that or grow a bit but, deep down, we think the potential for transformation is limited. This is incorrect. When we apply ourselves, every...

Striking a Balance

Creating internal balance requires adjusting our perception, framing and expectations. It necessitates the realization that we may not fully understand the reasons for others’ behavior and therefore might not be accurate in our judgments. When we’re...

Reaction – Mis-reaction

Sometimes our reactions to life are designed to protect us from being taken advantage of or rescue us from imminent danger. Our responses are often based on misinterpretations. These missteps then beget reactions from others that create the very problems we mistakenly...