The pessimist, the optimist, and the realist

Today’s words are by from William Author Ward: an acclaimed American writer born in Louisiana in 1921. Throughout his life, hundred of his articles, poems and meditations were published in various mediums. In 1970 his … Read More

We don’t see things the way they are…

Today’s word is from The Talmud, a central text of Rabbinic Judaism, but was popularized by Anais Nin: a writer born to Cuban parents in France in 1903, best known for her journals, novels, erotic … Read More

We don’t see things the way they are…

[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/193217261?secret_token=s-5Y56G”] “We don’t see things the way they are, we see them the way we are.” Take a moment to think about this: Have you ever considered whether your opinion about something or the … Read More

My Life, My Job, and My Career

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Celebrating a Life Well Lived

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