Sometimes there are happenings which are just so astounding that a person questions how in the world it could have occurred. This was one of those times.
How could I handle our first major holiday without our son?
What is the relationship between stars and other beings?
The habit of gratitude can change your life!
Tell me if you are like a Newton’s Cradle. Before you decide on any preconceived notions you may have, take a look at this “Amazing Demonstration of a Giant Newton’s Cradle”. The Newton’s Cradle illustrates kinetic energy transferred from one object to another. It also shows an equal and opposite reaction. Additionally, this device demonstratesContinue reading “Are You Like a Newton’s Cradle?”
Healing and building relationships can be enhanced by this interesting practice! All relationships stem from our relationship with self. Hence, it is important to find a comfort level of being in our own skin as well as finding a love of self. This forms the basis of what must be present in order to haveContinue reading “HEALING AND BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS: 639 HERTZ”
Each and every one of us have ideals for that which makes our world perfect. In my perfect world, all children should outlive their parents. I was wrong. When our son was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, it felt earth shattering. It was one of the most devastating possibilities I could have imagined. Prior to hisContinue reading “IN MY PERFECT WORLD”
Where do they go? What can we do? The topic of masked emotions is currently very timely. Not only are many of us masking our faces for viral protection, but may also be hiding our emotions. Sometimes we are concerned with upsetting others by truly expressing our feelings. Perhaps we are frightened or angry regardingContinue reading “MASKED EMOTIONS”
What does art have to do with thinking like water? It was sometime in the middle of my art teaching career, there were four sixth grade girls of note. They loved art so much that they had nicknames for one another. The first three names made sense to me: Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo.Continue reading “THINK LIKE WATER”
Keep looking for the blossoms!