“Stopping Self-Torture“ by: David Dillard-Wright, PhD

“Seek the unknown way, for the known way is an impasse.”-Heraclitus, Ancient Greek Philosopher If you cannot sit quietly and be contented within yourself, no amount of searching in the world will ever be any comfort. If you cannot delve into the space of a few minutes of silence and emerge with some new pointContinue reading ““Stopping Self-Torture“ by: David Dillard-Wright, PhD”

ACIM: Lesson 7, Tuesday, April 7, 2020

I like how today’s lesson provides a “rationale” for all preceeding lessons. Brings them all together, like pieces of a puzzle and we’re now given a glimpse of the big pictures, rather than feeling the overwhelm of all the individual pieces. I see only the past. Isn’t that the truth?! In my concerted efforts toContinue reading “ACIM: Lesson 7, Tuesday, April 7, 2020”

ACIM: Lesson 6, Monday, April 6, 2020

I am upset because I see something that is not there. Yesterday’s lesson said that “I am not (emotion) for the reason that I think.” Today’s lesson takes it a step further and says, “not only do you not know why you’re upset, but the reason you’re upset isn’t even real! You made it up!”Continue reading “ACIM: Lesson 6, Monday, April 6, 2020”

Renewal, By: Andrés R. Edwards

How Nature Awakens Our Creativity, Compassion, and Joy “Begin by slowing down, by taking a moment to be still and ‘smell the roses.’ Encourage children and adult friends and colleagues to take a breath and reexamine the miracles that occur every day in our own neighborhoods: the intricate pattern of a robin’s nest, the daffodilContinue reading “Renewal, By: Andrés R. Edwards”