The Most Important Thing

Posted by on Jan 22, 2011 in Emotions, Grief, Happiness, Healing, Loss and Letting Go, Peace, prayers, Spirituality | 2 comments

Death is certain.  The time of death is uncertain.  Knowing this, what is the most important thing? ~~Buddhist wisdom I’ve thought about that question a lot lately.  My mom spent several days in the hospital recently, which means I’ve spent a lot of time at a hospital as well.   She is home now, sleeping soundly, and I write this from their house. Today was more doctors, more tests, more of walking the path that comes at this stage of the disease she is living with and dying from.  It is an interesting path and an interesting time. While that is a personal thing, I also have been...

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Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance

Posted by on Nov 15, 2010 in Events and Education, Healing | 4 comments

Health is a large word.  It embraces not the body only, but the mind and spirit as well… and not today’s pain or pleasure alone, but the whole being and outlook of a person… ~James H. West Hello all!  The Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance is interested in working with health and life coaches as a resource for their clients.  We are honored to be part of their network, thanks! From their website, feel free to check them out for education or an additional resource. Life & Wellness coaching has been shown to benefit those suffering from mesothelioma and asbestos cancer . Visit...

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Changes….

Posted by on Aug 24, 2010 in Cool Art, Emotions, Grief, Loss and Letting Go, Spirituality | 0 comments

The sun shines and warms and lights us and we have no curiosity to know why this is so; but we ask the reason of all evil, of pain, and hunger, and mosquitoes and silly people. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson I’ve been reflecting lately on changes and illusions and all that happens as we age (even if we don’t grow up), all that happens as we grow and change and how much of life is how we see it.  In the pic above, do you see two old folks,  do you see the vase, do you see the woman coming through the doorway, do you see the young people?   It all changes as your viewpoint changes.  So much...

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