What We Wish For

I took a walk in the park this week with my son Kyle who is 9 years old. We were on the sidewalk circumnavigating a big patch of beautiful grass. At one point, he stopped and said, “Wait right here you lovely person, because I can’t wait another minute. I must go frolic in the… Read On

In Her Shoes

Ever pick the wrong line in a grocery store and wish you had picked any other line in the store? It was 4pm at Whole Foods on a Tuesday when I found myself searching for a check-out line. I walked to the very end, and got in the shortest line in the store. There was… Read On

Remembering Love

This is another channeled message. I’m enjoying this method of blogging, actually, so expect to see more of it. Many of you feel alone. This could not be further from the truth. You are part of a collective whole that consists of pure, unconditional love. You have simply forgotten who you are and where you… Read On

Your Unseen Helpers

You can’t see them, but they’re there. Invisible helpers, standing right next to you. Cheering for you when you’re excited. Hugging you when you’re sad. Holding and supporting you when you’re devastated. They’re there. Who are they? Why are they there? And is there any way to know when one is around? I’m talking about… Read On

Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

I was living in Los Angeles when the news broke on the television that the police officers who had beaten Rodney King were acquitted. I remember that it didn’t take very long for violence to erupt. I watched with total abject horror as Reginald Denny, a white man in the wrong intersection at the wrong… Read On