A Short Story Gretchin Williams clutched the Golden Globe in her hand as she looked out at the sea of familiar faces. The applause died down and she placed the statue on the lectern in front of her and began unfolding a piece of paper, her hands shaking as she did so. Squinting at the … Continue reading It’s Never Too Late
I was in a conversation with a group of people earlier today in which we discussed the concept of reasonable limits. We asked ourselves what it might look like for us to set reasonable limits in various areas of our lives. I smiled ruefully when this topic came up because I know that in my … Continue reading Reasonable Limits
I always used to say, "don't come to me with a problem unless you are prepared to be a part of the solution." It doesn't mean that you need to have all the answers, it just means you need to be willing to contribute. It's easy to point out the problems and deficiencies of this … Continue reading A Spring Clean of the Mind
Counting your blessings: why adopting an attitude of gratitude can lead us to acceptance and peace, even in the darkest of times. Lockdown Podcast 2:2.