The Best Of Humanity In The Worst Of Times

By Isabella: As we come to the end of what has been an annus horribilis, we reflect on 2020 to discover the good that has come from the worst of days. The year began with the shocking loss of basketball star Kobe Bryant in a tragic helicopter crash. Just as the horror and sadness engulfed read more…

22 Paths Through Christmas

By Kerstin: A lighthearted way to look at how to deal with this time of year! Remember what it was like to be a child and be in the moment? Use this time to allow anything to happen without judgement. Play. But not with your kids toys (yet).  Make the most of your cooking skills read more…

May Your Holidays Be Light

By Aleece: Most holidays celebrate in some fashion with lights. My mother loved candles for the warm glow. I think lights make a ritual feel special, sacred even. Candles on the dinner table elevate the meal into the realm of enchanting. Bonfires make for cozy gatherings. Now with LED technology, there is more light available read more…

Change As A Way Of Life

By Shaun: Life constantly changes. Sometimes this is gentle, un-noticed change, while other times it is dramatic, all-encompassing change. But without change, without movement, there is no life. I live on a small farm and spend many hours moving things around, and as I do I think about all the things we spend our days read more…

Christmas And You 2020

By Ann: Merry Christmas everyone and thank you for choosing me to read for you throughout the year, well it is another year passing and we have all suffered in 2020. But the main thing we have got through it, my heart goes out to the people with so much love and I ask the read more…

The Kindness Practice

By Anastasia: What you put out can come back to haunt you or heal you. You have to make the choice. No one wants to get hurt, but when one is not acting out of their integrity or the highest good for all concerned, then the forces of doubt, manipulation and fear can take hold read more…

When The Festive Season Is Challenging

By Sarah: The countdown to the Festive Season from December the 15th is meant to be a time of great joy, family bonding, togetherness, lots of food and present buying, drinking and a time to be merry. However this year – 2020 – has been cruel and harsh to many and the  Festive Season has read more…

The Art Of Not Caring What Others Think

By Edwina: It is undeniable, we are social creatures whom for the most part, recognize the value of cooperation in our daily lives. Naturally, we celebrate and reward those in our community who go above and beyond to help others. It is our core values which come from the heart, that matters most. But this read more…

Where Do You Find Happiness?

By Sofia: Is happiness for everyone? How do we achieve happiness? Why is it so hard to be happy? A lot of us spend our entire lives seeking for happiness, yet we have a hard time finding it. The quest for real happiness has been the deepest, most philosophical question of all times: “What makes read more…

Surviving Hard Work Environments

By Melanie: I recently heard a random statistic on the radio the other day and it really got me to thinking. It was something like, “65% of Americans are unhappy and unsatisfied in their current career/job”. Is this accurate? I have no idea! What I can say is that there are two major categories I read more…