Tag Archives: forgiveness

FMM 3 21 14 Driving me crazy!

“Because even the smallest of words can be the ones to hurt you, or save you.” ~ Natsuki Takaya.   The human being has an amazing capacity for adapting to change.  It takes many different skills to drive in different countries.  In the US one of the biggest challenges for those who immigrate is the art […]

FMM 10 11 13 What does it all mean?

“Happiness is the settling of the soul into its most appropriate spot.”  ~ Aristotle. When I was a teenager I had large thoughts and grand questions.  Was it reasonable to think that our earth was the only habitable planet in the universe?  Could there be another world, another population, possibly another me out there somewhere?  Was […]

FMM 5 17 13 This is My Story

The Silence between the words.  Have you ever noticed that when someone starts to tell you a story, you are immediately reminded of something similar that happened to you? And without thinking you start to tell your story, not even noticing that the other person had not finished theirs. That is the ego talking. It […]

FMM 5 3 13 Catching the Trifecta

Many years ago I was given some very good advice by one of my nursing instructors. In class one day she drew an equilateral triangle on the board. She labeled each side physical; spiritual and psychological. She then told us that it was very important that we pay attention to each aspect of our lives […]