People who don't travel talk a lot about the hassles of air travel. The aggravations. The problems. All the reasons they do not fly. Of course, that's usually an excuse for some other reason. Like fear of flying. I get that. I was a fearful flyer once, too. But here's what I know: People who . . .
Social media friendships are a special kind of relationship. We may not have ever met in person, but we know them through what they post about their lives, their families, their thoughts, their dreams. Some people develop quite intimate friendships solely via social media. I know I have. But do we . . .
When I found this incredible piece of writing on grief after losing a spouse or life partner, being widowed, I knew there was no need to add anything to it. It speaks for itself: Here's the author, Dean Koontz: “Grief can destroy you --or focus you. You can decide a relationship was all for . . .
LAUNCH CELEBRATION: 25% DISCOUNT on PAST LIFE REGRESSION --location doesn't matter--Skype connection required. Must be booked by the end of this weekend, July 9. If you've ever wanted a past life regression, this might be your opportunity. If you've got a pair of earphones and a Skype connection, . . .
Social media bring many gifts. Some, I'm glad I opened. Others, not so much, because they trivialize important matters in misleading ways. Such was the case with several ongoing social media threads about cultural appropriation. The discussion centered around the fact that dreadlocks are not native . . .
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My guest today is author Sharon Duerst, with a story of interest to anyone who will age, which is to say (with any luck) all of us. Here's her story: Death and empty nests can do a lot for unleashing passions. This I discovered after my parents passed and our kids left home. My husband and I were . . .
If you could do anything without consequence, in perfect safety, with all resources available to you....assured of success.... what would you try? . . .
Not too long ago I walked a labyrinth. You might have seen one or even walked one before. Maybe you know that a labyrinth is meant as a walking meditation about the journey of life. It's calming, intuitive, peaceful. I walked several in France last month, but the one I did in Portland was part of . . .
I'm glad you're reading this, because it's an important piece. It was written and posted on Facebook last month by my Facebook friend, Petrina Hamm. She's a valiant cancer warrior --you probably have some among your friends--and she is going to tell you what you can do to support them as they . . .