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Having hope is an inside job that requires practice. . .

Do you want to increase your own hope?  Try these suggestions.  They are guaranteed to work.  Or your money back!! (Get a small notebook that you can carry with you everywhere and be ready to use it) 1. Begin noting how others on your path demonstrate their hope. Do this […]

Seeing our companions as specific to our journey. . .

Have you ever considered how really important to your growth every person you’ve met has been?  Nary a one of them showed up accidentally.  Amazing isn’t it?  I used to believe it was a coincidence when I met some one who felt special to my journey.  Now I know they […]

Every time we make eye contact, we are experiencing a holy encounter. . .

What a glorious opportunity we have to shift the universe just a tiny bit if we look into the eyes of the many people we see for just one day, offering them a smile or a nod of the head.  This simple acknowledgment lets them know they have been seen; […]

Relationships: our invitation to grow. . .

I am thinking about relationships this morning in preparation for a talk I am giving tomorrow evening.  It’s good to be reminded of the easily accessible tools that can make our relationships more productive, more peaceful and more enjoyable, moment by moment.  In fact, I have come to believe that […]