What would you have done differently if you knew everything?
Over the last few weeks, we’ve been talking about some steps to genuine acceptance. Acceptance requires us to know what
Last week, in Acceptance – Part 2 we began to talk about some steps to genuinely accepting something. Acceptance requires
We often talk about acceptance as if it has a specific image – you know, this is what acceptance looks
“Accept it. That’s all you need to do.” “That’s all I need to do? Really?” Have you ever heard or
I think we can all agree that at the end of each year we believe we could have done more.
It’s thanks time again and people often ask, “What are you thankful for?” I’d like to ask a few questions
Have you ever played that old record: I have no one in my corner to fight for me, defend me,
What does it mean to know someone? People throw the term around pretty often – “I know him” or ”I
What does that mean? Close your eyes and try to think of a time when you did something without any
Loneliness is an awesome opportunity to evaluate your priorities and relationships, undisturbed, in an externally unbiased environment. It gives you