You can feel the unrest in the air. The transformation has begun. It is our only hope for the survival of the human species. While this may sound extreme or even a bit dramatic, humans have brought life on this
It can be challenging to be in the moment while in a human body. There are many distractions – ideas about the past, future, judgment, guilt. We can get lost in this barrage of noise in our heads.
Last week I attended a memorial service honoring Thich Nhat Hanh, who has left his physical body. While I never met him personally, I came to know him through stories related to me. In addition to his love and compassion,
We all face moments or periods when we feel lost or question our purpose. It often hits me during transitions when the universe is stringing together opportunities that are not yet visible. The experience is that of being in a
Animals love us unconditionally. This love has no limits. Since there is often fear, confusion, and sadness surrounding our pets’ passing, I recently asked the Animal Kingdom about death and dying. Below is the message that the animals shared with
My mentor, Maia, recently sent me this beautiful picture of her horses, Delight and Delight. The larger one of the two recently passed over. As I admired the image of their physical bodies, Delight explained to me that his duality
On Saturday, I spoke at Bideawee’s Pet Memorial Day Event. The Animals dictated a message for those attending the service and asked me to also share it with you, in honor of National Pet Memorial Day. I think of
Last Sunday was a perfect day to kayak on Jamaica Bay. The sky was clear, the water was calm and the birds were celebrating life. When we went ashore across the bay, I felt myself drawn to a flock of