Deep inside us all is a tender voice whispering, calling out quietly through the noise of our cluttered lives, asking — begging — to be loved.
A recent disagreement has me pondering two questions: 1) Who am I when someone I love disagrees with me? 2) Who are my loved ones to me when we disagree?
The insight I have after sitting in silence is that the moments that move us are the moments that truly matter in our busy lives.
I was asked recently in an interview why I sign my writing with “big hugs.” As I began to answer the question I felt a tear sliding down my cheek…
In honor of Guru Singh’s 70th birthday, I want to share this story of our first meeting and the profound lessons he has taught me over the years.
Are you ready to see the good and live your life in such a way that no one ever feels sorry for you again?