2020 is a milestone year for me – a year where a line in the sand will be drawn so to speak. I turn 50, we are entering a new decade, I'm expanding my business with laser focus, I get to tour a country that's been on my bucket list for two decades, I will experience the Fall season in the Pacific Northwest, and I’m moving away from anything and anyone that leaves chaos, drama, and despair in its path. To put it frankly, the next 50 years will be spent applying the lessons I’ve learned during the last 50 years without apology – God willing. As I reviewed this last decade, the resounding theme of my 40s was profound loss and trauma in all its forms – multiple deaths, sexual trauma, betrayal, abandonment, divorce, financial, and career – the kinds of trauma and loss that would likely drive one to intense addictions, insanity or even an early death if left unchecked. Don’t get me wrong – there were also profound moments of joy woven in, but I promise you the loss and trauma far outweighed it. And that was just in the first four years of the 2010s.
The picture above is a time lapse photo of a water drop. I'm fully intrigued by the ripples and enhancement of colors created from that one single drop. Can you imagine what 100s and 1000s of raindrops would look like inside this time lapse? For all my friends who love universal energy, I know this… Continue reading Our Ripple Effect
In response to a friend of mine who is a mother of 5 and has been privy of late to a barrage of other parents who have felt the need to share updates of their own children with her only to hang their heads to whisper of "the sin one of their children is caught… Continue reading Compassion is Not Outdated