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Your heart soars, your life blossoms and others around you fly on the Wings of Kindness. Compassion grows, your generous nature comes to the fore and everything and everyone blooms on the Wings of Kindness. Were you hard on yourself today? If so, perhaps you can...

I had a dream one night. It was one of those annoying dreams where I had a performance to give and I wasn’t prepared – I didn’t know a song or have a monologue memorized. You know the type. We were sitting in a dark room...

Baby is a creative cat. I particularly notice it at night. She loves to wake me in the small hours of the morning, begging to be fed. She is surprisingly heavy-pawed as she marches her way up my body. When there is no response, Baby will...

In our house, one of our usual breakfasts is a family favorite we call “bread eggs”. Invented by Andy’s grandma to stretch a dollar and feed six small children, it’s basically toasted bread chopped up and scrambled with eggs. Our two-and-a-half year old daughter, Maggie,...

Looking for answers? Pick a page, any page! If you are looking for answers, why not pick a page from a magazine, a book on the shelf, a novel you might happen to be reading? See if a word, a phrase or a sentence jumps out....

I don’t think I’m special. In fact, I’m sure that I’m not. This story started a long time ago when I wasn’t capable of tying my shoelaces – and maybe even before that. I looked up to the people around me, as did you, and...

Dear Friends, We are blessed to have many amazing individuals in our community who often tell us stories about their lives during a Living Made Easy seminar. Often the experiences they share come alive for us as if we were there. On the first Blog of 2024,...

It was midnight, a week before Christmas, and Shya and I had just landed at the Portland International Airport in Portland, Oregon. After disembarking we headed down the escalator to baggage claim. We were bleary after a longer than expected trip across the country, but...

Our cat Baby shed one of her whiskers. There it was, a gentle arc, next to her on the office chair, keeping her company as she slept. Reverently I used two fingers to grasp it, marveling at its color and texture. Dark at the root,...