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Perspective

Always Seeking

Always Seeking

Always seeking:  I don’t know about you, but its taken a long time for me to learn and find the courage to ask for what I need and deserve.    Today, I AM a seeker of: soulmates–those with whom there is a connection so deep, the energy created is palpable.  This connection has been predetermined […]

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The Pros & Cons of Avoidance

The Pros & Cons of Avoidance

Avoidance is a tricky thing.  Most of the time, it’s not wise to avoid issues because it will only make disagreements, conflicts and other scenarios worse.  Other times, the answer is to run like hell to get away from people and issues because if you remain, the damage to one’s mental, physical and emotional health […]

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Are We That Out of Touch?

Are we that out of touch?  I don’t know about you but the headlines, social media and news clips over the past 15+ years {the past 5 or so especially} have me confused, saddened, angered and overall disheartened.  Additionally, so many people seem trapped in the past or having perpetual anxiety attacks about their futures, […]

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Breaking Mediocrity

Breaking Mediocrity

Breaking Mediocrity–Here’s a snippet of a conversation from a while back: Me: “Routine is needed but it perpetuates mediocrity and leaves little room for spontaneous activity. Mediocrity and vanilla drives me bonkers. This is truly a catch-22.” E: “Yes, I think it’s the dilemma of the human condition: we work to get routine then we […]

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Close Old Doors

Close Old Doors

Finding our brave to not only close old doors, but to keep them closed, is sometimes a daunting task.  Today, let’s look at this action with a fresh perspective.  I hear that people are afraid to close certain doors, but, what if you leave them open?  Does it bring you comfort or is it an […]

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Live Like We’re Dying Part Four

Click here if you missed Part Three. Recap:  We spend so much time merely existing.  It’s time to be winning at life.  Winning is not always about coming in first.  As Dr. Brene Brown tells us, in Call to Courage, maybe, it’s about doing the really brave thing.  Life is hard, scary, risky and dangerous […]

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Live Like We're Dying Part Three

Live Like We’re Dying Part Three

Part 3 of 4  Click Part One or  Part Two if you missed either section! Live like we’re dying, a short recap:  We spend so much time search for meaning; wondering why we are here and what do we have to offer.  Friends, the answers are within us.  If we spend time in authentic self-reflection and […]

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Live Like We Are Dying

Live Like We Are Dying Part Two

Part 2 of a 4 Part Series.  You can find Part One here. Overview Live Like We Are Dying?  What do you mean, you might ask?  I’ve got plenty of time here, no need to worry. Hmmm, how can you be so sure?  Lives change in the blink of an eye.  Perhaps, in this moment, […]

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Live Like We are Dying Part One

Live Like We Are Dying Part One

Image credit:  Fine Art America Part 1 of a 4 Part Series How do we live like we are dying?.  Bob Goff tells us in his book “Love Does”:  “I get the invitation every morning when I wake up to actually live a life of complete engagement, a life of whimsy, a life where love […]

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Perspective Shifting: Dialogue

Perspective Shifting: Dialogue

Perspective Shifting: Dialogue.  We know that the world needs more love and that will always be a recurring topic on this blog.  First, however, we need dynamic dialogue.  We need to be brave and have conversations that matter.  We need engaging, respectful, intimate conversations; ones that aren’t filled with bullying, hate, and lies. Our Current […]

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