The Optical Delusion

By Mark Pitstick, MA, DC What if life is an uninterrupted process with death as a relatively minor transition amidst eternity’s splendor? Reincarnation is the theory that we experience not just one, but many, many lives in the course of…

You Are Not A Petunia

By Gregg Sanderson Bloom where you are planted. Baloney. It makes sense if you are a flower, or a tree or a corpse. Somebody else plants you. But you’re a person. You can plant yourself anywhere you please. That’s just…

Just Breathe

By Jessi Franz Remembering to breathe has been my saving grace—and it can be yours, too. These four little words have been my saving grace for many years. Don’t forget to breathe. It sounds so simple right? We breathe in,…

It’s Never Too Late

By Larry Komorebi Moore Nine vital keys to building and nurturing healthy relationships. I was born with a disability. Back in the fifties, most children like me were “shut-in.” There were no children “like me” to play with, and I…

Focus Within

By Arielle Giordano “The tests we face in life’s journey are not to reveal our weaknesses but to help us discover our inner strengths. We can only know how strong we are when we strive and thrive beyond the challenges…

Find Your True Self

By Jessi Franz The journey to find our authenticity begins by loving ourselves for who we truly are. If you are not living for yourself, you are living for everyone else. Think about that. When you start living your life…

The Astonishing Power of Writing

By Terez Hartmann WRITING noun writ·ting | \ ˈrī-tiŋ 1. A vehicle for concentrated focus that reveals, directs, informs and transforms your inner landscape. 2. A bridge that links the outer to the inner, the superficial to the core, the…

The Breakthrough

By Nathan Bynum When things happen that are out of our control, we can use them to adapt to our circumstances and see the positive side of life. I knew writing my book and helping change people’s lives for the…

Do Something that Matters

By Mary Boutieller What we give, we will receive, and kindness is a path that goes outward toward the intended and inward toward ourselves. Welcome to another month, another opportunity to share ideas and cultivate an awareness of life’s little…

Free to Just Be

By Linda Commito Creativity needs space and play time without judgment. I grew up with a workaholic father in a business that enveloped all of us. My dad owned Art’s Variety Store, a 15-hour-a-day, 7-days-a-week, 365-days-a-year business. The only time…