Janine Shepherd: A broken body isn’t a broken person | Video on TED.com. See this amazing, moving and sometimes funny video of an indomitable woman of spirit, whose Olympic dreams were ruined by a truck.
Thank you for joining the Moment of Silence on Friday, Dec. 21 at 9:30am ET. Please invite your friends to take part.
- Memorial for the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy
Please join in a national moment of silence in honor of the Sandy Hook victims called for by Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy. At 9:30 a.m. EST, spend several minutes reflecting quietly on this terrible tragedy and take a five minute pause from all online activity.
The day the world fell down, when planes turned into guided missiles and people became dust, I walked dazed from my office to hear people talk in the street and try to follow the news. No one could understand the incomprehensible at first.
Then I called my husband and children and made sure they were all right. My daughter in law was in downtown New York, trying to get away, on a bus headed to my house, looking for safety for herself and for her soon to be born baby. She spent the evening with us, then the next day… Continue reading →
People who meditate know the powerful effects of a daily practice. I meditate every morning, have for years. Here’s a video showing how meditation and breathwork work.
I’m curious as to how many people reading this post meditate regularly, and how many would like to? If you feel like it, please leave a comment.
Sometimes people wonder how they will find true love. Partly you have to be ready with open eyes and hearts to see it and act on it when it appears. Then you need to hang out together and make sure it’s really love and not just a flash in the pan. Live your love for awhile, get confident, but don’t take forever before you make it permanent. Like all things, love can spoil or get stale if it doesn’t develop into the full catastrophe of making a life together.
If you’d like to read more: http://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/picture-of-lasting-love-0214124/