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Posts tagged ‘Winter 2018’

OUR LEGACY OF “LIGHT”

By Michael Strelcheck As I was driving around my neighborhood the other night, I was startled by the fact that it had been magically transformed by…

Traditions Bring Order

By Dianne Witte A few years ago, I had the chance to tour the ISKCON Temple of Greater Chicago (Naperville). The temple architecture alone is remarkable,…

U.S.A. – P.T.S.D.

By Mary Summerbell Almost first thing this year, January 3rd, I had a car accident – smashed in the whole front end of a car I…

Noblesse Oblige

By Dale Lucht On November 30, George H.W. Bush passed away. He was 94 years old. His family had an old and storied legacy. His father…

Winning Principles

By Mary Summerbell Just before the recent mid-term elections I was watching the news on MSNBC. Rachel Maddow was eagerly ready, as ever, to delve right…

Find  Your  Happy Joy Joy

By Doris Deits The holidays are a time for celebration, gift giving, being thankful and feeling the joy of Christmas Spirit spread like glitter throughout the…

Lost and Found

By Leesa Collett I loved my mother with all my heart. When she died a few weeks ago I was devastated, adrift in a sea of…

“Swapping Feelings”

By Julie Dieterle Leesa’s article (Lost and Found) talks about a technique for dealing with emotions that helps move from a “stuck” emotion to a more…

Speak to Us of Feelings

By Dianne Witte I just “love” it when I get a new perspective on something, a different way of seeing a situation or even a person.…

Exploring My Fears

By Arline Rowden What am I afraid of? What am I afraid will happen? What am I afraid I will lose? Are you willing to ask…