Life is a shipwreck, but we must not forget to sing in the lifeboats. – Voltaire The dog days of summer are here. The intense heat has made us all cranky […]
Susan Cox Powell was a wonderful mother. She blessed her sons Charlie and Bradon with love which is a mother’s greatest gift for her children. She taught them faith, strength, […]
I’ve been watching Oprah since day one ~ way back when she replaced Rob Weller as the host of A.M. Chicago ~ way before there was an international Oprah […]
“Soldier’s Heart” was coined after the Civil War to describe what is now diagnosed as post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD. The authors of Soldier’s Heart are Vietnam veterans who […]
Smile with your liver? Crazy. Yet, this was Elizabeth Gilbert’s first lesson in Balinese meditation. She shared her guru’s advice to “sit in silence and smile” in Eat, Pray, Love: One […]
How do we put the Humpty Dumpty pieces of our shattered lives back together after horrific abuse? Anderson Cooper recently asked Elizabeth Smart if she had any advice for Jaycee […]
Dr. Andrew Jacono is a “Good Guy.” He has an award to prove it. He does plastic surgery for the rich and famous in Manhattan. He also works his magic to restore […]
Yes, folks, that’s Susan Boyle in that photo. Isn’t she gorgeous? Absolutely stunning.
When we truly cherish someone or something we take special care. We nurture. We’re gentle. Love flows freely and generously.
My hope for each of us today is that we cherish ourselves. We make our-selves a priority. We eat healthy. We get some good exercise. We get a good night’s rest. Essentially, we care for ourselves like we are precious children of God. We all are, you know. Yes, you are precious.
My concern is for my readers for whom Father’s Day is painful. Sadly, too many of us had fathers who were absent or abusive or molestors. How do we celebrate them? Should we?