You may be right
Posted on July 27, 2022 Leave a Comment
The other day I had a huge chuckle — that then shapeshifted into a really good Aha awareness! Okay, you are likely familiar with the idea of, “Would you rather be right, or would you rather be happy?” Me, too. And it’s a good one to spend some time sitting with. Then, I read Pam […]
What’s good? revisited
Posted on February 2, 2022 Leave a Comment
I caught a national TV commercial the other day, where the greeting “What’s good?” was used. Casually, like it’s always been the social greeting. I came out of my chair whooping and hollering with a dance of joy — because this is a simple yet significant signal that the world has begun changing. Or maybe […]
Small joys, chosen
Posted on January 12, 2022 1 Comment
Happiness isn’t a reward, an endpoint that has been earned. Happiness is a way of being, a chosen path. Honestly, lately this is something I’ve kind of forgotten. And so, I am making a choice to bring in more happiness. Here’s a simple practice that I am adopting, to celebrate the small joys: Make three […]
Hey there! What’s good?
Posted on November 10, 2021 1 Comment
A few weeks ago I surprisingly ran into a really great person that I haven’t seen in a long while. (Adult son of dear friends, he lives in a different state.) What do you say as a way of common greeting? Here are some of my, and many people’s, reach-outs for connection: Hey there, what’s […]
We are constantly supported. Always.
Posted on October 6, 2021 3 Comments
Yesterday evening I was struggling. I was tired, my spouse was tired, and as we were outside together we were gently getting on each other’s last nerve just by breathing. It happens occassionally, because we are human. The question is less “do you know what I mean” and more “how recently have you experienced this.” […]