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For the tragic story of Stefanie's death, click on Stefanie's picture to be linked to a Toronto Life magazine article.
Attract the Right PeopleYou can't expect to draw people into your life who are kind, confident, and generous if you're thinking and acting in cruel, weak, and selfish ways. You must be what it is that you're seeking- that is, you need to put forth what you want to attract. Dr. Wayne Dyer www.drwaynedyer.com
Tag Archives: hope
We just never know where each fork in the road, each seemingly insignificant decision, is going to take us, nor all the great people we’re going to meet along the way. I’m not a great long-term planner—never have been—rather ironic … Continue reading
I’ve always loved my brother, and sometimes his bluntness makes me love him all the more. Yesterday at breakfast, he professed that never in a million years could he ever be married to me. In all honesty I wasn’t the … Continue reading
Today is one of the hardest days of the year for us. We wake up with a weight on our chests that regardless of what we do, just won’t budge. I’m no neuroscientist but here is my analogy of how … Continue reading
Father Time is a slippery fellow. It seems that no matter what, we’re either wishing time would speed up or slow down and what we get is the exact opposite. It brings hope and dread, anxiety and joy and it … Continue reading
Tis the season, right? To forgive, or to at least revisit that place we find so hard to go. We all have people or things in our lives that could use a little forgiveness; people we feel have wronged us, … Continue reading
I had the distinct honour of participating in a teleconference with Dr. Bernie Siegel (www.berniesiegelmd.com) last night and was both impressed and inspired with his work. A surgeon with 30 years experience and numerous books, including “Faith Hope and Healing” … Continue reading
A week or so ago I was running some errands, the final stop, to buy some wine for an upcoming dinner party. In happy contemplation of a lovely evening to come, I was lost in pleasant thoughts trying to decide … Continue reading
What do we feel on Remembrance Day? Gratitude – primarily, sadness – definitely, respect- without doubt, anger – maybe, frustration – probably, but does forgiveness enter into it at all? This day has always held such meaning for me. We … Continue reading
The “honour killings” of four women (the youngest 13 years old) in 2009 was what began a conversation about gratitude with a girlfriend of mine last night. The reality that we, with all the dysfunction that is family life, never … Continue reading