We all get to live this life the way we want – that is, the way we want within the constraints of life as we see and experience them. What travel does is open us up to a different understanding of those constraints because we immerse ourselves in someone else’s, often very different world –… Continue reading May 14, 2017: Cerbere’ France
I read a poster once in a school district office that the most important decision we make in life is who the person we partner with will be. My life partner, literally the love of my life is Margie Milenkiewicz and, as the shaker song says – I just kept turning until I came round… Continue reading Gratefulness and a Wonderful Partner
Networks are changing our world! This video gives us a glimpse of just how much. Now the question is how are they changing your personal world? Maybe we should use these ideas to re-engineer the way we think about our world.
I subscribe to daily emails from the Hicks – quoting Abraham from a variety of seminars – they are the only emails I read everyday as most cause a lift in my spirit. In other articles I will update the focus wheel play I have been doing and the power of their meditations – esing… Continue reading We have control of our happiness (bit by bit)
Hi everyone, This is an ongoing and growing list of great thoughts which should prove to be inspirational for any of us who are following the trail to health and wellbeing through working with the concepts inherent with the law of attraction. If you don’t know of the work of the folks on the science… Continue reading What is Reality? Thoughts to live by
So you think you may be interested in a biking holiday in Ireland? Good choice! Ten months of the year (all but December and January) you’ll find great touring and if you keep these three cautions in mind you should have a fantastic time. This article addresses the three variables that we have found to… Continue reading Three things to remember when bike riding in Ireland
Often traveling to two cities offers a greater understanding of both through the comparison and contrasts the visitor experiences. Such is the case with Helsinki, the largest city and capital of Finland and Tallinn in Estonia. Travel affords deep reflective practice for those who may be reinventing life. As we look forward to new paths… Continue reading Travel to Two Cities: Helsinki and Tallinn
At several places in the world there are comparable cities, the comparison of which makes both more interesting for the traveler. In this first of a series of three articles I will compare and contrast Vienna and Budapest. A short 2 1/2 -hour drive, or three hours by train, will take you from one to… Continue reading Traveling to Two Cities: A Comparison of Vienna and Budapest
Have you ever been to a Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland? If you have, you know that is a medieval fishing village, yet also a yachting community that straddles small-town rural village Irish life and an international cosmopolitan environment. Kinsale enjoys the best of many worlds. Our population varies between maybe 3000 in the dead of… Continue reading Autumn in Kinsale, Co Cork, Ireland
I passionately believe in celebrating! Every time in every way that we make small steps forward (kaizen in Japanese) we should celebrate our advances. That is what I am doing today.