We read about nice, mild-mannered people suddenly killing their parents or spraying a supermarket with bullets. Their friends and neighbors might say they never suspected that that was in this person. They’re like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. (1) What does that depiction actually point to? Well, as far as I’m aware, it refers to […]
https://tinyurl.com/yc48pwul My dear friend of thirty years, Bob Beale, died a few days ago. Some of you knew him as one of the early ACIM supporters, some of you knew of him as an amazing business consultant and author, and many of my close friends knew of him from me–because I spoke so often of […]
(email) A smile is an offering of goodwill as the spark of Divine energy in two people pulls back the curtain of perception to remember the light dwelling in all. A smile is a subconscious ethical agreement, exchanging the ways society interacts with strangers to the openness of engagement, now that eyes have made direct […]
(email) Self-love is the ability to be good to yourself, no matter who is or isn’t good to you. As your self-worth elevates by treating your heart to the friendship, support, honor, and validation you deserve, you become less resonant with those who say one thing and do another, make promises only to break them […]
As the RCMP retreats from the Wet’suwet’en blockades, the delicate trust it is building with Indigenous women remains at risk By Jula Hughes and Elizabeth Blaney, The Globe and Mail, February 20, 2020 https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-the-rcmps-involvement-in-the-wetsuweten-blockades-crisis-puts/ Jula Hughes is the dean of the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law at Lakehead University. Elizabeth Blaney is the director of […]
Tara Talks: What Does Love Mean? with Tara Brach, 2019-12-18 We are hard-wired for belonging. In this short video, Tara shares the wisdom of children as they answer the question: What does love mean?
It was the end of November. I was back from the hospital with railway tracks up my chest and down my leg, feeling unattractive and forlorn. And Christmas was coming. Thinking of that and how most people would be caught up in family celebrations, I was feeling alone, lonely, and dismayed. I asked for his […]