Room for Kindness

Kindness stems from the capacity to appreciate and respect others’ humanity, with all their trials and tribulations, pain and hardship, fears, battles and challenges, of which we know little about. On our journey of self-understanding, trying to gauge the...

Our Contribution

Every exchange we have with others is a collaborative project created by the combined attitude, energy and approach of all involved. Having a conscious intention to create a positive experience brings satisfying results. If we want to bake a cake that rises, we have...

Love and Connection

On your deathbed, you won’t be reveling over your accomplishments, fame or bank balance. You’ll be examining how well you related to others and connected with them. You’ll understand that the most central metric to measure isn’t how important...

The Cure for Aggravation

When you’re aggravated by someone’s behavior and you’d like to set them straight and tell them what you ‘really’ think, pause for a moment. Though you might think it will make you feel better, it’ll actually make it worse....

Kindness with Integrity

Being helpful to others while staying true to yourself can be a balancing act. The key is to be clear about your own boundaries and real motivation for offering assistance. Trying to please them so they’ll like you is different from doing something because you...

It’s Not What You Do!

Don’t act unilaterally when it will impact the lives of your family or loved ones. Considering their feelings is a self-loving act since selfish behavior can create disharmony that can negatively affect you for years. It’s important to honor your needs....