I wanted to take a moment to share about the need and the healing power of acceptance as we face COVID-19 together.

Three Thoughts

Today I would like to share my morning practice of reflecting on three thoughts each day to build resiliency and be more fully engaged in life.


A short video to some inspiration from Helen Keller - “All the world is full of suffering. It is also full of overcoming.” I hope you find it inspiring as well.

You Will Find Strength

A short video inspired by the words of Marcus Aurelius - “You have power over your mind - not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.”

Time to Clarify

Today's reflection - In challenging times we have a real opportunity to clarify what is truly meaningful to us.

What we can do

Instead of letting our minds dwell on what we can't do, let's focus on what we can do. We can all make a difference right now. Instead of asking why me, we can discover the power of we.

Stock up on the essentials - Compassion, loving-kindness, patience, and resiliency

In these challenging times, it is important to stock up on the essentials - compassion, loving-kindness, patience, resiliency, and the strength in our shared humanity.

We and Ours

During these challenging times, it is important to remember that the more we attend to me and mine, the more we increase our suffering. In attending to we and ours we will find our strength, resiliency, healing.

Start by Doing what is Necessary

I was inspired to share my inspiration from St. Francis in a short video. I find this to be excellent advice in these challenging times. I hope you find it helpful.

Online Offerings

These are challenging times. However, in adversity, we can discover our inner resources, strengths, and untapped potential. Right now there is no doubt that we are in very challenging times and it can feel overwhelming and isolating.…