Suffering’s Gift

I believe we're in a sacred, powerful, and beautiful moment of collective transformation now.  As tragic as the Coronavirus pandemic is, it's gift can be exponentially more beneficial.  I say this sincerely and confidently because each time I've walked the road of soul-shivering suffering, be it a divorce that shook my beliefs and world view, an accident that … Continue reading Suffering’s Gift

The Politics of Christianity

As fear of COVID-19 and the divisiveness of a presidential election sweep across America, I'm reminded how very political Jesus was in pretty UN-American ways.  At a minimum, I believe the Christ invites people of any, or no, religion to a new, incredible way of being human.  One marked by togetherness, interdependence, caring for all, … Continue reading The Politics of Christianity

The Flow of Prayer

One of the big blessings of growing up as an Army brat, was I got to live in Germany.    From the git go, this helped me realize the beauty of otherness and value of different perspectives.  So, when a friend said something about praying as a command/statement instead of a plea or request, because that's … Continue reading The Flow of Prayer

A Blessing for 2020

Happy 2020!!!  During this coming year: May you be rich with Love, be extravagant with kindness, and shine like a star! May you experience profound peace, life-giving connection, and infinite grace. I pray your successes are many and failures are the fertile soil for growing into amazingness! With all my heart I hope the months … Continue reading A Blessing for 2020

Breath Teaches Us How to Live, Love, and Die Well: Yoga Life Lessons

Hi Fabulous!  I hope you’re having a wonderful day and are blessed by this offering. America has a breathing problem.  All inhale, all the time.  Our competitive consumer culture urges us to ONLY inhale, in that we’re all about acquiring, climbing, and winning.  You know the saying, “happy wife, happy life”?  At the risk of … Continue reading Breath Teaches Us How to Live, Love, and Die Well: Yoga Life Lessons

The Surprising Way Noah’s Flood Story is Good News Relevant to Us Today

I was talking to my friend Olya the other day about using Instagram to spread good vibes.  I frequently take pictures of myself doing yoga poses, which I post with a few thoughts to inspire and encourage people.  To increase my influence/followers and thus magnify my ability to spread Love, Olya suggested I consider having … Continue reading The Surprising Way Noah’s Flood Story is Good News Relevant to Us Today

The Gate of Heaven is EVERYWHERE

It seems to me “heaven” is more of an attitude or lens for seeing life, than it is a place … at least while we’re alive.  For years I thought feeling the Spirit, or “experiencing God”, was a rare event and/or just for select people.  Yet, over time I’ve found a simple shift of mentality … Continue reading The Gate of Heaven is EVERYWHERE

A Plea for the Refugee Babies and Beyond

Remember when you were a little kid?  Imagine playing soccer outside with your friends as the sounds of gunfire and explosions begin in your town.  Confused, you see a nearby home catch fire.  As your mom and dad run out to get you, you see a jeep screech to a halt across the street. Men with … Continue reading A Plea for the Refugee Babies and Beyond

Reflections on a Street Person’s Blessing to My Daughter and I: Angels/God Amongst Us

There are “gifts” for us to unwrap everywhere, and love is all around us … I need “only” choose to see them. My second marriage ended in heartbreak, at least for me. Still, there are so many life gifts I received from Carla it blows my mind. For instance, before we got together, she had … Continue reading Reflections on a Street Person’s Blessing to My Daughter and I: Angels/God Amongst Us