Month: December 2017
Have you ever felt true joy? Take heart if your answer is no.
This is the time of year when joy feels like a warm blanket on a cold winter night. Imagine joy sprinkled here, there, and everywhere—like Tinker Bell did when she scattered her Pixie Dust in her movies.
For a few years, North Americans said “Happy Holidays” instead of “Merry Christmas” . . .
We just celebrated togetherness with family. Most families are either functional or dysfunctional. Make no mistake: you are an integral unit! Each one of us is important in the unit of a family.
What I had alluded to last week is that we don’t forgive ourselves often enough or well enough. Based on who we are, it is impossible to do better than our best. When a family . . .