Pondering the connections between breathing and the divine certainly helps us, in turn, to remember that breathing, that most natural and essential of impulses, is also an engagement with something beyond ourselves.
Although it was new to me, it turns out that “Check your ego at the door” is a common saying around gyms and in business as well.
Today there are still shipwrecks on Malta, occurring often as refugees risk a crossing of the Mediterranean in vessels woefully inadequate for that task.
As we enter this New Year, it almost begs us to see more clearly. I feel a sense of urgency to get things in order and set my intentions for the year and decade ahead.
Finding consensus and compromise around a contentious issue, and then moving forward in agreement and harmony is both a skill and an art.
As we approach the New Year, much of what we see and hear on the media is looking back on what was the best of the year 2019 and what […]
The holidays can be a tough time of year. If they are for you, please know you aren’t alone. The holidays can be a particularly stressful time. In a blog […]
It is dark out there! Have you noticed? This is the time of year when daylight is scarce and the nighttime hours dominate.
In reflecting on the Thanksgiving holiday this week, I was reminded of the attitude of gratitude shown by a former resident a few years back.
“People who are active and have healthy habits when they move to a Life Plan Community or other senior living community are likely going to remain that way, if not more so.”
Rain is almost always welcomed here in the Valley, but that is not always the case elsewhere.
What is a lynching? By definition, it is a premeditated extrajudicial killing by a group. It is most often used to characterize informal public executions by a mob in order to punish an alleged transgressor, convicted transgressor, or to intimidate a group.
Each of us has had at least one individual in our lives who has helped to shape us into the person we are today. Perhaps for you it was a […]
Of all the health care paperwork that comes our way, nothing is more controversial (and misunderstood) than the Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) form, also known as the “orange sheet”. This sheet is labeled as a “Prehospital Medical Care Directive,” which means you are giving your instructions for care that happens before you are in the hospital.
Imagine a day where none of your coworkers would look at you, your family all ignored you when you tried to speak to them, and even strangers on the street went out of their way to avoid you. How would that feel? Now imagine it happening every day.
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, internationally known author and speaker in the field of self-development, wrote a book called Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life—Living the Wisdom of the Tao in […]
George Orwell’s novel, 1984, was so successful at creating an imagined yet potential future reality that seventy years later, one of its most famous phrases ‘Big Brother is watching you’, […]
The Planned Urban Development (PUD) application with the City of Phoenix was unanimously approved. Thank you again for your excellent support throughout this process. We have completed just over 16% […]