Alzheimer’s, Argentine Tango, Stray Cats… or what I call “Welcome to April 2019.”I like to say the universe is a spiritual teacher that gets our attention primarily through issues of Health, Wealth and Love… for our own evolution.So here’s what’s really going on right now, and what I’m learning along the way… Continue reading
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I’ve been going through my annual process of reviewing the year that’s ending and dreaming up the new year with my New Year Manifestation tool.
I think 2018 was remarkable in that it didn’t feel particularly remarkable… until I looked closer.
Some big things that I expected to happen didn’t… and some other big things that I didn’t expect to happen did.
That’s why I recommend this end of year review. And because I also encourage you to share your highlights and learnings with the people in your life, I’ll share a few of them here, with you.
My experience, definition, and understanding of Love have undergone a dramatic transformation over the last couple of years.
For most of my life love was about what I could get. I think that’s normal for youth.
My 50th birthday should have come with a warning sign saying, “Now we start killing and removing what you love.”
This sounds harsh and horrible… but it’s actually been a profoundly beautiful experience of appreciation, service, and surrender.s
I don’t regret this experience. In fact I’m grateful for it. Continue reading
There are great advantages to meeting your partner later in life. We’re more realistic, less selfish, better equipped to be good partners. We better understand what matters (and what doesn’t) when it comes to our happiness. Continue reading
This year has been a real exploration of the depths of feeling love can bring up. Lots of tears. Lots of gratitude. Really difficult, but worth it. When your heart is breaking in a million pieces, that’s when life purpose becomes your life saver. Continue reading
What you probably didn’t know (unless you’ve been following my daily Facebook Live videos for the last 3 weeks) is that my brilliant father has Alzheimer’s-related dementia. This is the brainiac attorney who went to college and law school on full academic scholarship… he nabbed a perfect score on the Law School Admissions Test when he took it on a lark. He raised me on conversations of Constitutional Law and Civil Rights for as long as I can remember. He has declined so rapidly this year that last night his wife put him on a plane to … Continue reading