Friday, June 22, 2018 • • Family
I found an interesting article reporting about a book that was recently published. The title of the book is "Do Fathers Matter?  What Science is telling us about the parent we've overlooked" by Paul Raeburn. I have not read the book but the title got me thinking . . . especially as a large part of the world was celebrating Father's Day last Sunday. I saw pictures posted on social media about 'Celebrating Dad'; people expressing their thankfulness, love and appreciation for their dads, whether they are still alive and present or not.
Wednesday, February 07, 2018 • • General
My dad was diagnosed with Parkinson Disease when I was 4 years old. Due to his condition I was prompted to take on responsibilities at an early age. My mom also made it clear that it was important to be able to take care of ourselves. So I believed that the purpose of growing up was to become independent. To me it was the message of my childhood.
Like everyone else I had bought into the deception that we are self-contained power sources. It was quite a shock and at the same time a huge relief to discover that we are not meant to be independent, because we are not created as self-contained power sources. It was a real eye-opener to discover that my failure to be independent enough was not my problem. On the contrary . . .
Saturday, July 29, 2017 • • General
Why do we bother to Rediscover Our-HEARTS? And what would be the purpose of it? What good can it bring to our lives?
Sunday, January 01, 2017 • • General
What do YOU SEE when we say "Starting Over?" What is the FIRST-Picture triggered in Your-HEART?



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