Tag: truth

how are you?

How are you? I really mean it. I would really like to know how you are. Most times, we are asked how we are, and most of those who ask, don’t really want to hear a full answer. I do. When I ask, I really… Continue Reading “how are you?”

poetry – invisible

No one knows. No one sees.   No one wants to know. No one wants to see.   So –   No one knows. No one sees.   And –   It’s ok. I’m ok.   That’s what matters.   To me.   And… Continue Reading “poetry – invisible”

blind loyalty

Blind loyalty is just that….BLIND. Open. Your. Eyes. Question EVERYTHING. Taking NOTHING at face value. Be still. Dig DEEP. Ask your heart. Listen to your intuition. Trust yourself first, then your trust of others will not be misplaced. (written in Spring, 2016) *If seeking… Continue Reading “blind loyalty”

revisiting integrity

Two years ago, October 17, 2017,  to be exact, I wrote a relatively brief piece on integrity.  In the last few days, many issues and occurrences in the collective, as well as in the lives of those closest to me, point to the cracks… Continue Reading “revisiting integrity”

our truth

“Satisfying untruth is more pleasing to us than unsatisfying truth, and Big Truth is invariably unsatisfying—at least to the small self.”  – Fr Richard Rohr   I could spend time writing about the ongoing discourse in the country I live in regarding a number… Continue Reading “our truth”

in just 24 hours…

…so much can shift. Indeed in a moment, our lives can change. The last 24 hours have been challenging on many fronts. Watching drama unfold in many places close to me, I felt the ache of the seeming unraveling of the fabric of an… Continue Reading “in just 24 hours…”

names, labels, roles and judgments

“Once you label me you negate me.”  – Søren Kierkegaard Recently, in a conversation about a variety of topics, a person in the group referred to me as, “…an idealist or a realist.” I smiled while thinking to myself, “I’ve never thought about that…especially… Continue Reading “names, labels, roles and judgments”

words of comfort

I have been a fan of Brene’s Brown’s research and findings since I first heard about her and her work on vulnerability and courage. Lately I have found great comfort in at least two things she has written. First a quote that just showed… Continue Reading “words of comfort”

the healing journey of a lifetime

The healing journey is the journey of our lives. Every person, relationship, situation, interaction, provides bits and pieces of the matter or stuff with which we can work. I once thought healing was a linear process. Learn, heal and move on to the next… Continue Reading “the healing journey of a lifetime”

truth and agreement

Looking around, it becomes very apparent that we are all seeking some truth…about many things. I’ve been reflecting on the many things I’ve learned over the years about truth. Here are a few: Truth is relative. REAL truth can only be found in the… Continue Reading “truth and agreement”

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