Mind, Body, Spirit - The Real You
What’s in your mind? How do you nurture your body? How do you tap into your spirit and your inspiration and aspirations? How’s your relationship with yourself – with your own mind, your body and your spirit? Who is the real YOU?
Some relationships just aren’t meant to be. Sad but true. Some couples don’t belong together and some friendships are flawed in some way and they may eventually fizzle out. Breaking up is hard to do but holding on to something that is gone may be even harder. How does the person left behind cope?
BAD? Is Bad Still Cool Or Is It Just Bad?
When Michael Jackson’s song BAD made the word BAD synonymous with the word COOL, that was pretty COOl – bizarre but COOL. But sometime since then the word BAD as in – BAD BOY and BAD GIRL has actually reverted to its original definition - the word BAD actually means BAD, which is, in reality, UNCOOL
Dancing As Fast As I Can…
How long can a person keep up the pace that it takes to keep dancing through the difficulties of life and its many relationships? Are you metaphorically dancing through raindrops; or dancing in the sweltering sun trying to get your daily to do list done? How fast can you dance?
Real Man? Please Step Forward!
Someone recently told me that he knew how to be a real man and to admit when he was wrong. That was a good start but being a real man is much more. A real man does not blame others for problems he creates. Only a fool would try to fly a kite in a hurricane and then blame the wind for stealing it...
OSTRICH – A Book Review of a Labor of Love
Let me tell you a little bit about OSTRICH. It is not a book about a bird. It is a self-help book of sorts for women about life’s ups and downs. It's eclectically styled, wisdom gone wild for a woman's inner child. Readers can't help but be inspired by these pages. So why IS IT called OSTRICH?
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Every time we interact with a person, place, or thing we are experiencing a relationship. Indeed, relationships are pieces of the jigsaw puzzle we refer to as our life.