May 22, 2017


One of the quotes I come back to repeatedly in my own journey are the words of Iyanla Vanzant who taught me to give thanks for those who get on my last nerve. Each of them in their own way is helping me to learn something about myself. So often, when we find someone difficult to deal with, we focus our energy on how difficult they are.

One of the things I have come to realize is that it often times it is those people who are here to teach me a lesson. Sometimes they are challenging me to look at when in my life I have been that way. As much as I would like to say I have never been a pain in someone’s life, I am sure I have and will be, albeit intentionally or not. Being able to look at what it is I find so difficult helps me to see how I have done something in my own life. When I work on my own forgiveness for ever having been difficult to interact with, I come to realize the person I am interacting with now is not quite as difficult as I had originally imagined.

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May 5, 2017

Every situation in life has something to teach us. What you take away from it is up to you and your willingness to learn from the situation

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February 27, 2017

May we remember there is more to every person then what we perceive.

Song of the Week

February 23, 2017

Honoring Sabbath moments in our life is important. It is a way of showing reverence for our bodies, minds, relationships, and the Divine


February 13, 2017

is reverence the nature of your life?

Song of the Week

February 9, 2017

This week’s song of the week reminds us to have reverence for all of humanity, creation and of the earth

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February 7, 2017

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Song of the Week

February 2, 2017

This weeks song of the week is Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings, Op. 11. The piece begins quietly, then builds in intensity and complexity to an almost overwhelming feeling of sublime involvement, only to subside and build again. I love not only listening to it, but watching this performer. Amazing.