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Resurrecting in Each Now

Resurrecting in Each Now

“Happy Resurrection from Fear to Love, from grief to joy, from ego to Field, from separation to Unity. You are Loved and kept in the Light.”   Five years ago, I was one year into a five-year journey of healing from divorce. I’ve found it takes me, at least, about that long to fully restore my… Continue Reading

Chicago Torture: Special Needs Parents’ Nightmare

Chicago Torture: Special Needs Parents’ Nightmare

I was deeply emotionally and physically saddened this week by the news of the 18-year-old Chicago male with disAbilities who was kidnapped by four youth, two or more who were allegedly classmates, one even considered a friend. The youth took him from a McDonalds, where he was to meet his “friend,” and then led him… Continue Reading

Life Lessons from Winter

Life Lessons from Winter

The park’s dull, gray, curving paths glistened a deep black, speckled with flecks of silver and blue—liquid mirrors of daylight and winter sky. A manmade canvas doused with a New Year’s first rain. A 30-minute walk in balmy air. A renewed love affair. One I have each year with winter. The only season that consistently… Continue Reading

My Tipper Gore Moment

My Tipper Gore Moment

This may seem a prudish post. This is. My Tipper Gore moment…. The bass beats of the rap music cranking during our morning dance blast class at the Y sent me back to the 80s of my 20something years. As I attempted, but failed, to keep in step, I mentally wove and bobbed through moments… Continue Reading

Advanced Course in Skills for Life

Advanced Course in Skills for Life

It’s one of the most maligned, undervalued, and belittled professions in existence. Even by members of the same gender. Sometimes, especially by the same gender. Yet, everyone had or has a mother, or was at least conceived by one. I’ve always maintained that motherhood is a profession and an important one. Except in mostly rare… Continue Reading