Ask And Ye Shall Receive…but what if there are strings attached?

I’ve been working on “manifesting” for a while now. The idea that if you put something out there—offer up a need or request, ask for assistance—you will manifest, or make real, that very thing. Is this praying? Perhaps. But even that practiced form of manifesting feels abstract for a left-brain-leaning, right-brain person such as me.… Continue reading Ask And Ye Shall Receive…but what if there are strings attached?

At the end of the day, asparagus.

John Denver used to sing: “some days are diamonds, some days are stones.” Surely we all know what he meant. Some days? Ah! They just move along seamlessly. Morning to night, hour to hour, moment to moment. And other days tick along about as slowly as the second hand on a clock. Tick. Tick. Tick.… Continue reading At the end of the day, asparagus.

Earth Hour 2011: Imagine What We Can Achieve

“Within hours, people in a record 134 countries and territories across the globe will switch off their lights for an hour in a unified show of support for action towards a sustainable future for our planet. Hundreds of landmarks in thousands of cities will go dark at 8:30pm Saturday local time, as hundreds of millions… Continue reading Earth Hour 2011: Imagine What We Can Achieve

What a Difference a Word Makes

“Some of the greatest battles will be fought within the silent chambers of your own soul.” — Ezra Taft Benson – – – – – March 17 was my deadline—St. Patrick’s Day for most, but Evacuation Day in Massachusetts. Evacuation Day commemorates the departure of British forces from Boston during the Revolutionary War. It seemed… Continue reading What a Difference a Word Makes