Everyone needs a lifeboat at some time in their lives. We need one when life overwhelms us with grief, sorrow, or tragedy. We need one in ordinary times when we are lost and are struggling to find our way again.
Looking back, I can see struggle after struggle. Nothing I did resulted in the huge success I’d envisioned. But now I recognize that each struggle was an unopened gift.
There are two kinds of lives: ordinary ones and extraordinary ones. Had you the choice, which one would you choose for yourself? Before you answer, you should know the cost of the extraordinary life. And of the ordinary one.
The year is drawing to a close. Have you thought about your plans for 2017? What exciting adventures await you in the New Year?
Most of us are visited by tragedy at one time or another, and when we are, sadness and fear take up residence in our hearts. Don’t miss your life. Here’s what you can do!
Fear comes on the heels of tragedy because tragedy transforms the unthinkable into the possible. It’s only logical that we feel afraid. Here is a simple yet powerful way to banish your fear.
Community building is SO MUCH fun! Here are 15 reasons why you will want to acquire this skill!
The word “community” is greatly overused and has become devalued and watered down. Do you know what true community is?
“I’ve got your back!” “I’m listening.” “We’ll figure this out together.” “You’re not alone.” Are there any more beautiful phrases in the English language? Today we talk about Support, the seventh pillar of community.