Stay Healthy—the known and the not-so-known

For some of us, there has been so much information available about the COVID-19 pandemic that we can lose track of the primary information that we need to keep us, and the people around us, healthy. The part that is often missed, especially, is the aspect regarding overall health and health of the immune system.

Overall health and health of the immune system specifically are often given minimal attention, although now evidence is surfacing that exercise and vitamin levels, as well as other health factors…

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Lighting Up the World

I am writing because most of us in the United States are concerned and upset with what has become visible fighting in the streets, and concerned and upset with the various intense and often painful situations that have contributed to the current reality.

It can be hard to see what this fighting — verbal, political, and physical — is really about, and how to find a solution. But I believe there are answers, which require a better understanding of the current reality.

For those wanting political change, we should remember that…

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Inspire Someone Today

Finding Your and Our Inspiration: Sharing My Experiences

My core belief is that every single one of us is at heart, good. But that does not mean I become overly “soft”, a pushover, due to that perception.

“Good,” for me, means: compassionate, broad-minded, and balanced in considering the needs of self and others, and in that way, setting healthy boundaries.

One way to understand our life’s work is as a path to discovery that indeed we are “good” in that sense—and to discover the same thing in those around you.

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We are bigger than our worries or fears. How to know that.

There are many messages out there—mostly in the cyberworld at this time—about how to deal with the difficulties of the virus-induced lockdowns and social distancing. And they are for the most part good messages. Many of them cover the useful practices such as meditation, breathing deeply, and healthy activities such as having loving or caring conversations, going for a walk and exercising, Tai Chi Chuan practice, and other kinds of self-care.

Inclusive of all that, there is a fundamental principle when you are worrying, anxious, feeling stressed…

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Insight and Energy: A Path to Experience a Better Life

Life is often good, but do you sometimes feel there should be something more? Would you like to know why at times you feel exhausted, or stressed, or lacking motivation?

This is an area for which people have sought answers since the beginning of time. And there are answers, for those who have been informed enough and determined enough to point themselves in a good direction….

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Stay Healthy—the known and the not-so-known

For some of us, there has been so much information available about the COVID-19 pandemic that we can lose track of the primary information that we need to keep us, and the people around us, healthy. The part that is often missed, especially, is the aspect regarding overall health and health of the immune system.

Overall health and health of the immune system specifically are often given minimal attention, although now evidence is surfacing that exercise and vitamin levels, as well as other health factors…

Read More »

Lighting Up the World

I am writing because most of us in the United States are concerned and upset with what has become visible fighting in the streets, and concerned and upset with the various intense and often painful situations that have contributed to the current reality.

It can be hard to see what this fighting — verbal, political, and physical — is really about, and how to find a solution. But I believe there are answers, which require a better understanding of the current reality.

For those wanting political change, we should remember that…

Read More »
Inspire Someone Today

Finding Your and Our Inspiration: Sharing My Experiences

My core belief is that every single one of us is at heart, good. But that does not mean I become overly “soft”, a pushover, due to that perception.

“Good,” for me, means: compassionate, broad-minded, and balanced in considering the needs of self and others, and in that way, setting healthy boundaries.

One way to understand our life’s work is as a path to discovery that indeed we are “good” in that sense—and to discover the same thing in those around you.

Read More »

We are bigger than our worries or fears. How to know that.

There are many messages out there—mostly in the cyberworld at this time—about how to deal with the difficulties of the virus-induced lockdowns and social distancing. And they are for the most part good messages. Many of them cover the useful practices such as meditation, breathing deeply, and healthy activities such as having loving or caring conversations, going for a walk and exercising, Tai Chi Chuan practice, and other kinds of self-care.

Inclusive of all that, there is a fundamental principle when you are worrying, anxious, feeling stressed…

Read More »

Insight and Energy: A Path to Experience a Better Life

Life is often good, but do you sometimes feel there should be something more? Would you like to know why at times you feel exhausted, or stressed, or lacking motivation?

This is an area for which people have sought answers since the beginning of time. And there are answers, for those who have been informed enough and determined enough to point themselves in a good direction….

Read More »