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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: joy
A good friend of mine, a retired SEAL, has taught me many things. I’m fairly certain that the majority of them haven’t been terribly profound, such as the intricacies of Californian language structure (i.e. ‘whew hew’ versus ‘woo woo’) but … Continue reading
This last week has held many challenges, reminding me that life can be darn hard work some times, and it’s up to us to pull ourselves up by our boot straps and find ways to carry on. Ultimately, we are … Continue reading
Someone said to me yesterday “if you believe that Jesus rose from the dead, I’ve got some property in Florida I want to sell you”. After Stefanie died, as I mentioned before, I was less than impressed with God. At … Continue reading
Before leaving for a week-long cruise, my mother suggested that it would provide much fodder for this blog. Little did I know how much more the “power of now” would be reinforced. I truly do understand how people who are … Continue reading
“Merry Christmas” – there I said it – the most feared “C” word this time of year. I have to admit, I’m getting a little upset at the lack of “Christmas” in Christmas. I’m not one to stand on the … 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
As my 8 year old and I sat on the couch this morning, me reading the Globe and him peering over my shoulder, it was an opportunity for some meaningful discussions. His attention was drawn by an article on bullying, … 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
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