What will it take for us to let go of our endless debates and finger-pointings over global warming or global climate change? When will we begin to truly recognize that the heart of our human…View More Universal Well-Being And Planetary Considerations
The month of September is peak hurricane season. The Atlantic Hurricane season is June 1st through November 30th. So as Florence makes her way slowly down the Atlantic coast, it seemed a good time to compile…View More Fast Facts on Hurricanes
You know you are hanging out with the right kind of friends, when, on a day you most need it, you are gifted with a beautiful starfish and the words “You make a difference every…View More Words: “After Us, There Will Be Others…”
The odds were running high against the young Kohlrabi plants from the start. They were an impulse buy spurred on by my childhood memories of eating them raw and fresh peeled from my grandmother’s garden. …View More Then The Giant Wasps Came
Author Julia Cameron points out that one of the most valuable tools for creativity is one of the simplest — walking. When she wrote THE ARTIST’S WAY she didn’t address exercise until week 12 in…View More Walking In Nature — A Basic Tool For Creative Multitasking
The often quoted standard procedure for gaining empathy and understanding is to imagine ourselves in another person’s shoes. But recent research by Tal Eyal, Mary Steffel, & Nicholas Epley (2018) suggests that stepping into another’s…View More Forget Their Shoes — Ask and Listen!
When all the stars align in our favor, we tend to feel a sense of self-satisfaction that the universe has fallen into place for us. But instead, maybe we should feel a sense of humbling…View More Words: “The Field Of All Possibilities…”
There are days when it feels like being human should be easier than it is. We are “Only Human” so what does that take… Can we recognize our fallibility without making an excuse? Can we allow…View More Only Human? So What Does That Take?
What did you do this summer? That seems to be the universal question of greeting as summer winds down and we begin to migrate back to our normal routine of work, school, and fall social…View More Topi’s Camping Adventure
It’s something of a myth that our back problems are just because we sit too much. Recent research by anthropologist David Raichlen shows that hunter-gathers sit about ten hours a day (while we sit an…View More Back Pain? Stop Sitting Like A “C” And Find Your Sitting Tipping Point!