Earlier this week, I walked in on a movie my son and grandson were watching. The movie is called Real Steel. In the movie there’s a scene where the father who was briefly reconnected with his son whom he had been estranged from was leaving his son again.
Because the father did not feel prepared to take care of his son. Because he felt that his son deserved better than him, the father decided - without talking to the son first - that he was going to send his son back to live
I am currently in the middle of preparing for a huge transition in my life. It's exciting. It's overwhelming. It's beautiful. And it's a bit scary. That's a smorgasbord of feelings, right?! But the truth is all of these feelings can exist at the same time, in the same space. Nonetheless, as I prepare to embrace this transition, I've been meeting with different people. Lots of people. Just about every other day, I have been engaging in personal conversations over evening dinne
If you spend most of your time reading the news, watching the news and regurgitating the news of how horrible a job Donald Trump is doing, you are totally missing your opportunity to sow seeds of harmony in the world. And you're missing your opportunity because you are preoccupied, which means your focus is either divided or consumed in a way that is not serving your greatest good. I can speak to this because I have been guilty of giving in to the insatiable call to over indu