In calendar terms, a decade is a long time to have our military hunting down a man. It is a long time for those who lost loved ones on 9/11 and for the family members of military who gave their lives to hopefully end a reign of terror. And yet, in so many ways when we lose those we love, time doesn’t necessarily add up in the same way.
Imagine if the pilot of a plane almost made the runway…or a fireman almost put out the fire…or you put almost all the necessary energy into healing from cancer or caring for a loved one with cancer? In my world, almost is never good enough.
Shakespeare knew what he was doing when he employed the device of the foil. It is a gift we can use in modern times as it is a device that can give us a reflection of our world. It is like the contrast of light and dark or night and day. Without one, we do not have the other.
Meet Jonny Imerman and his incredible organization, Imerman Angels. Making an extraordinary difference in the lives of those touched by cancer.
Every day, people do small and large things that, in my books, definitely qualify them for their own pair of angel wings. A short blog about the angels who have touched my life.
Welcome to a week of angelic conversations…with special posts featuring people who are making a divine difference through the actions they take. What was your first experience with angels?
Perhaps it is a reflection of many people feeling the stress of the economy. When hard times hit, we can be paralyzed by fear of the unknown or thrown into a “me first” mode of thinking when we live out of a need to survive. How can you answer the call for kindness this weekend, knowing that in doing so you are stepping out of surviving and into the energy of thriving?
A quick tip on a powerful tool to use when you need to make a significant shift.
Cancer stole the love of my life and the future we had planned together. So now I am helping to fight back to end this thief’s crime spree.
How is it possible to love life when it seems to be treating you harshly? It isn’t always easy, but there are ways to find beauty, light and love in the darkest times.