Gandi’s 2nd Rule for Change

We’ve all been there; our partner says or does something and we feel our blood beginning to boil, our heart beating faster, our blood pressure rising, our muscles tensing, and suddenly we are acting out our feelings instead of expressing them.  This could mean yelling, using bad language, name calling, slamming or throwing things, or maybe just squealing the tires...[ read more ]

Mindful Parenting

I once heard a story about a woman who always cut the end of a pot roast off before putting it in the oven to cook.  One day her daughter asked her why she did that and after thinking a moment replied “I don’t really know – my mother always did that – so I do it now”.  But now the woman...[ read more ]

Never As Good As The 1st Time

Well that’s what the singer Sade says.  But is it really true?  I can guess what you are probably thinking about, but switch gears in your head for a minute, search your memory banks and see if you can recall some memorable firsts in your life. Maybe the first time you tasted a certain food, the first time you saw something amazing...[ read more ]

Rules for Change

Mahatma Gandhi needs no long introduction. Everyone knows about the man who lead the Indian people to independence from British rule in 1947. Recently, I came across an article by Henrik Edberg in which he discusses Gandi's 10 most inspirational ideas and thoughts for changing the world.  As I read these, I became aware of how well these rules also...[ read more ]

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