Monthly Archives: September 2017

For the Week of September 25, 2017: The Power of Gratitude

If the only prayer we say in our lifetime is ‘thank you,’ that would suffice.”                     German philosopher, Meister Eckhart In a time when we are constantly confronted with world crises–the devastation … Continue reading

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For the Week of September 17, 2017: “I Guess That’s Why They Call It the Blues”

Don’t wish it away Don’t look at it like it’s forever Between you and me I could honestly say That things can only get better (From: “I Guess That’s Why They Call it the Blues,” by Bernie Taupin; sung by … Continue reading

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For September 10th, 2017: Lost & Found

Dear Readers, Apologies to you all as this week is a repost from 2016.  However, given the circumstances that prompted me to return to earlier content, I’m hoping you’ll understand.  I will say, however, that in the midst of the … Continue reading

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For the Week of September 3, 2017: Navigating the Process of Recovery

Pick yourself up… Take a deep breath… Dust yourself off                       And start all over again. Pick yourself up… (From “Pick Yourself Up,” lyrics by Jerome Kern & Dorothy Fields) These are the words from a song often played by my … Continue reading

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