Thoughts for a Busy World

The Untimely Nature of Time

By |February 7th, 2015|

Time is the board game we play our lives upon. It is the backdrop to all that we do. Time gives time to the young and carefree. Time takes time away from the old and the sick.

The truth is that your time on this earth will likely be forgotten, though hopefully your influence will […]

The Right Way?

By |February 5th, 2015|

Growing up on the East Coast, it had always appeared as though there was a “One Answer Fits All” mindset. There was a “Right Way” and most were quick to judge whether or not you were doing something the “Right Way” or not. Over the years, and having lived in different states with different […]

Healing from the Outside, Healing from the Inside

By |February 16th, 2014|

Healing an injury is serious business. When we get hurt, we want to fix the problem as soon as possible so that we can be out of pain and back into the swing of our lives. The interesting thing about healing, however, is that most of us have some arbitrarily-assigned timeline that we place […]

The Role of Friends, Family and Society in Your Well-Being

By |November 4th, 2013|

Often in today’s world, we like to think that we can have it all, handle it all, and control it all. When an illness hits, we may find that although we can contribute to the betterment of our health, we are not always in control of what happens and why.

Good health is a beautiful […]