Earlier this week I learned that there are parts of the Chernobyl reactor that are still smoldering. The partial meltdown of the nuclear power plant took place April 26, 1986 with a fire that raged for eight days, bathing the surrounding area and a good portion of Western Europe in a radioactive cloud. Scientist are… Continue reading Chernobyl smolders and so do I. How about you?
If you soak a sponge in honey, you squeeze it and honey comes out. If you soak a sponge in vinegar, you squeeze it and vinegar comes out. David Nichtern A student sent me a message letting me know that our school food pantry was working with Miami Rescue Mission collecting women’s sport’s wear along… Continue reading Soaking a Sponge in Honey
In today’s post we go back in the week to the Martin Luther King holiday this past Monday. We opted to post today rather than on Monday to in some way extend the holiday and to honor his life. As the years go by and the memory of King and the Civil Rights Movement gets… Continue reading Three Dimensional Guidance
Sometimes we need a physical change in perspective to reset our habitual thinking. Many of our days are marked by basic routines. This is not such a bad thing, but these routines often put us on a spiritual, emotional, and mental autopilot that distances us from experiencing life fully. Working with habitual thinking patterns, becoming… Continue reading Changing Perspectives