Judgments Are Mirrors

Characteristics we appreciate in others are usually ones we also have or aspire to. Our negative judgments generally reveal our unconsciously disowned shortcomings. If we go within and earnestly investigate to see how we exhibit the same behavior, we’ll find it....

Sans Regret

The stress of making decisions is often due to the fear that we’ll look back and realize we chose poorly. But, we can never be certain what the future holds. The secret to decisiveness lies in making the best choice with limited facts and committing to handling...

A Chance to Recalibrate

Worldwide, we’re experiencing a pause in our habitual reality. Society has ground to a halt. We agree to isolate ourselves and wait with trepidation the onset of we-don’t-quite-know what. While there will be hardship and loss, we will undoubtedly have also...

Calm in Crisis

In the echo chamber of the modern day information age, problems are magnified and exaggerated. Information shared goes well beyond useful suggestions to safeguard health and establish healthy practices, it creates a spiral of fear focused on worst-case scenarios and...

Projecting Our Reality

Our experience in this world is inextricably linked with our beliefs and the assorted conclusions we’ve drawn from our past. We constantly classify everything we encounter into one of three, basic categories: good, neutral or bad. The first two don’t cause...

Feed What You Want

Change is a constant. We can count on all things eventually fading out of our awareness. Talking about, complaining and stewing over what bothers us doesn’t ameliorate the situation. It feeds, empowers, extends its life and stokes the fires of personal...