A Palestinian child has tragically been killed every three days for the past 14 years. That bears repeating, since such deaths are rarely, if ever, given any attention in America.
Cancer New Moon, Friday, June 27, 2014 ~ 1:10 am PST (note: this feminine full moon takes place at 1:10 am “tomorrow,” so it can be effectively celebrated tonight and/or tomorrow). I want to start out by expressing my amazement that this new moon marks six years since I started writing these posts. It all began with a […]
Comedians are known to tell it like it is, and their jokes on the topic of fatherhood are no exception. Leave it to these guys to hit the nail on the head when addressing life as a dad.
You know what I realized? That in the same way people settle for way less than they are worth when it comes to doing work that has meaning and living a purposeful and happy life, they do the exact same thing when it comes to love. Just the way they cling onto all kind of limiting beliefs, fears and excuses about what they can do and what they can’t do, about what is possible and what is impossible, they do the same when it comes to love.
A lot of us have trouble accepting compliments. We’re worried that it will make us seem self-absorbed, or we just don’t believe that what the person is saying is true. But studies show that accepting compliments doesn’t just help you, it also helps your relationship – so we brought in real couples to prove it. Watch more episodes of The Science of Love: http://bit.ly/ScienceofLove
Parenting is about being the best mom or dad we can be to our kids. Sometimes it’s simple. Other times, it might not be what we anticipated or imagined. But that doesn’t really matter — because there’s no simple, straightforward manual for raising kids. These parents are doing it right.
There’s a huge mistake that many people make when it comes to finding love. In this article, I’m going to tell you what that mistake is, and how to change it so you can attract the relationship you want.
How do you deal with those negative people that keep showing up in your life? I have come to believe that nothing in this world happens by accident and that there is a lesson to learn from everything and everyone. Well, apparently I don’t always walk the talk. I have to confess to you that I have times when I feel like I can’t take it anymore. There are people who know exactly what buttons to push, how to push them and when to push them. I am not perfect. When it happens it’s like I can’t think clear anymore and I forget everything I stand for, everything I believe in. It lasts for a while but then I go back to who I really am and what I really want my life to look like.
The idea that there is only one soul mate for each of us is perhaps oversimplified. My experience tells me there are many such people and they come in a myriad of forms. Some are partners, others work colleagues, friends, family members or even people we class as enemies. These soul mate relationships can last for years or days, the main indicator being they help us define who we are and what we want. They often involve heart-break and come with some hard-learnt lessons, but when we look back we are grateful for them; that is if we can move past the pain or blame and delve into the reasons these people came into our lives in the first place.
Whenever you are in a deep sorrow, you feel more hungry. Whenever you are happy, flowing, cheerful and loving, and love is showering on you, who bothers to eat much? Even a small amount of food is enough nourishment then, because love is giving so much nourishment. People who can’t love will always become misers: possessive, accumulators of things.