Ebola: A flare to remind us that we are all connected
I am indeed thankful that Ebola did not become the epidemic that some feared would happen across our nation. While we were spared of the fatal consequences of this dreaded disease, it confirmed so
Being Helpful–An Insight from my Father
Just a few weeks ago, it dawned upon me that flipping my view on my father's experience with people by 180 degrees could bring me a lot of joy and peace as I get older. My dad was extremely devoted
Out of the Holly Daze into the New Year!
Hope you are enjoying the Holidays and getting ready for the New Year. While some may say "What's in a year, it's the same old thing all over again?" That's one perspective. This is the time of the ye
Big Decisions or Small Choices?
You do realize that I have a bias on this topic, as you may notice based on the graphic that I chose to go with this post. Those of you who have read my previous posts about big choices vs. small ch
Lifestyle Awareness: Outer vs. Inner
When you look up the Lifestyle section in a newspaper, it usually contains feature articles about entertainment, travel, fashion, cooking and other useful household hints. When you look for a Lifest
Don’t Get Too Busy only to Regret Later
While I was cleaning out my office a few days ago, I came across an old letter in my desk drawer from a dear friend from 2002. I read it with great interest and was touched with the tenderness tha