Does anyone feel “Enough”?

That’s a big question, isn’t it? I would imagine that some people have mastered their minds and overcome their small self, but on the whole, I think the large majority of people come from the place of feeling that they are not enough.  I know I do. More and more, I’m becoming convinced that so […] Read more »

An athlete worth admiring

In a time when there seem to be too many stories of destruction caused by a win-at-all-costs mentality, it’s absolutely heartwarming to see an athlete do the right thing. At a recent cross-country event, Spanish runner, Ivan Fernandez Anaya, was in second place behind Abel Mutai of Kenya, who had won the bronze medal during […] Read more »


Some people smile with their whole soul.  And that makes my soul smile.  Sharing a smile – even through a photograph – can connect one soul to another.   Soul Smiles remind me that I am radically blessed.   Read more »

Mind Full or Mindful?

Mind Full or Mindful?  This playful cartoon effectively illustrates the profound difference between the two.   Read more »

The perfect time to practice selective listening

  Most of the time, when I hear the phrase” selective listening” it is considered to be a bad thing.  In other words, this person only hears what they want to hear.   If they’re not interested in the topic or the discussion is not going in their favor, then they tune out. But selective listening […] Read more »

The Top 5 Reasons of the Week Why I Am RADICALLY Blessed

  (Disclosure:  I am fully aware that I am blessed in ways much more significant and numerous than what is contained in the list below.  However, these are the blessings in particular which caused me to pause, appreciate and revel over this past week.)   When it was -5 degrees outside at 6:00 a.m., I got […] Read more »

Feeling Like a Kid on Christmas Morning

I felt blessed for so many reasons during this recent holiday season, but one moment in particular really stands out. My nephew was back home for his first Christmas in four years after serving in the Marines.  Not only were we thrilled to have him home safe with us after two tours in Afghanistan, we […] Read more »

A blessed alternative to resolutions

Happy New Year! Over the past few years, I’ve dropped the habit of setting New Year’s Resolutions and instead developed a practice that has radically blessed my life.  I’d like to share it with you this New Year’s Day in case it may be of value to you. I first heard of the concept through […] Read more »