Tag Archive | kindness
I can have the whole box of chocolates: beyond survival to unity consciousness
Dearest readers, This weekend I am attending a Power Living conference led by healer and spiritual teacher, Patrick San Francesco, from Bangalore, India. Patrick founded the Samarpan Foundation in 2006. According to his web-site, lightmovement.org, Samarpan means surrendering your identity to the universe. The non-profit promotes the values of love, peace, kindness, and happiness by […]
We are built for love: “haters” beware!
Hello readers, Apparently it only takes a handful of “lovers” in the world to overtake the lower vibrations of fear which are contaminating humanity and our planet to a critical degree. If we don’t transform the way we think individually and collectively now, the immediate future of humanity is in grave peril. The laws of nature […]
Humans seeking noble causes: How to fight terrorism by building character and soul at home
Hello readers, I am always curious to understand why people make the choices they do and why as groups humans respond to problems and challenges in a certain way. Again and again, I observe people trying to blame their issues on something or someone outside of personal or collective self. We all want to belong. We all want […]
Are you alone for the holidays?
Hello readers, Tradition holds that holiday celebrations are a time for families to come together. For those whose family ties are broken for one reason or another, and for those of us who live in cultures in which caring for strangers, outcasts, and loners is little important other than symbolically, the holidays can be a […]
Guilty Pleasures: How Can We Responsibly Enjoy Life?
Hello readers, A question most responsible and caring people might ask themselves in the complex and globally connected world we live in is this: how can we make responsible choices that benefit ourselves and don’t hurt others? Last night, I watched a children’s animated film “Frankenweenie” directed by Tim Burton. The science teacher remarks to […]
“Shoot First” Laws and Self-Mastery as a Way to Peaceful Interactions
Hello readers, I received the following e-mail message today from ColorOfChange.org, a non-profit organization that works to promote equal rights for minorities in this country. ” Jordan Russell Davis didn’t have to die. Last Friday, the 17 year-old Black teenager was shot in a Jacksonville convenience store parking lot after a dispute over loud music.1 He […]