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A Father’s Day Message: It’s Complicated

Father’s Day. It’s complicated. So, I’ll get straight to the point and say Robin was the only Father I really knew. He was my host father. I met Robin and his wife Kathy when I was 18. I was barely fresh out of high school, heading on a plane to Nova Scotia, Canada, for university. [...]

By | June 17th, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on A Father’s Day Message: It’s Complicated

Take From Death Before Death Takes From You

I’ve been thinking a lot about death—about my mortality. Am I depressed? No. Suicidal? Definitely not. At one point, we all have to think about our mortality. After all, death is a part of life. If we are living, then, we, like every living thing will eventually die. It is just a fact of life. [...]

By | May 9th, 2017|Wellness|Comments Off on Take From Death Before Death Takes From You

An Interview with Sherri Burgess: A Journey to Understand

If God is good, then why does He allow terrible things to happen? It’s a universal question asked by believers and skeptics alike. Some decide no answer exists, but not Sherri Burgess, the author of Bronner: A Journey to Understand (New Hope Publishers/January 19, 2016/ISBN: 978-1-62591-500-9/$16.99). When Burgess and her husband, Rick (host of the [...]

By | January 28th, 2016|Book Reviews|Comments Off on An Interview with Sherri Burgess: A Journey to Understand

Nepal’s Tragedy and the Death of Google’s Executive

I had just ended my last training session on the Contemplative Discovery Pathway Theory (CDPT) with Dr. David Allen in The Bahamas when I received the NPR news alert that more than 1,000 people were dead in Nepal. I read it aloud not really focusing but making a mental note to come back and take [...]

By | April 26th, 2015|Blog, Spirituality, Wellness|Comments Off on Nepal’s Tragedy and the Death of Google’s Executive

The Family on the Endangered List

I was six years old when my great grandfather and great grandmother passed away. I remember it clearly because it was seemingly so tragic. My great grandfather had a heart attack and passed away on a Saturday. My great grandmother died the following Monday after lapsing into a comma following a stroke. The deaths were [...]

By | November 12th, 2008|Health|0 Comments