Art has the ability to shift perceptions and inspire. It connects us in ways that transcend language and we’re permanently changed by the creations that move us. If you’re ready to be forever transformed by an artist and his poignant work, then meet tapestry-quilter, “Sunshine … [Read more...] about A Man Who Knows How To Shine
“I learned a long time ago the wisest thing I can do is be on my own side, be an advocate for myself and for others like me.” Maya Angelou Speaking up for ourselves and our personal needs can be challenging for some, even in the best of times. When we must engage with the … [Read more...] about Hesitant About The Hospital? These Tips Can Help
This year my wife and I took a wonderful road trip to the hills of North Carolina and northern Georgia. The city of Dahlonega, Georgia offers an authentic mountain getaway only an hour north of Atlanta. In Dahlonega we stayed at the peaceful Mountain Top Lodge Bed & … [Read more...] about Can You Find Real Silence?
Music has the ability to stir our emotions and awaken deep memories. Have you ever noticed that listening to your favorite song, singing in the shower, or drumming along on the dashboard just makes you feel good? Research shows that listening to music can give you a positive … [Read more...] about Let The Music Play (Part 1 of 3): Sing, Sing A Song
Shelter is my guiding word for this year. It is a non-striving word. A shelter offers refuge, provides safety, and embraces calm and quiet. I went on my first retreat in the spring of 1987. It was a women’s retreat held at Mount Saint Francis in Indiana. At that time, I … [Read more...] about Finding Shelter…On Retreat