Soon enough, you’ll be tall like a tree.
In the blink of an eye, you’ll be grown up like me.
Soon enough, you’ll set sail far away.
So today, let’s stay home together and play.
Today we won’t hurry.
Today we won’t rush.
All those things will come soon enough.
Soon enough, you’ll know all the rules.
When I was a kid, I had a lively imagination. My parents were divorced, and my dad was in prison. I couldn’t even begin to touch the pain buried inside, so I escaped into a vivid fantasy world. …
My mom loved my dad, and I think he really did try to love her back. Together, they brought me and my brother into the world, and they wanted to make us a happy family.
A well-known research study found that consistently grateful people are 25% happier than those who aren’t.
Yes, twenty-five percent!
If you want that kind of joy, then start practicing gratitude.
I say practice because gratitude is a skill. Humans tend to lean toward the negative, so we need to put…
Steve was the hippie dad I never had.
He told me all about his heroes — Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Mother Teresa, and Sophie Scholl.
Now, I want to tell you about him.
Steve Malakowsky’s message was simple… Hope.
Just typing his name lights a fire in my chest.
He was legendary…
Hey, can I share my epic birth story with you?
After receiving twin baby girls via Cesarean Section three years ago, I wanted to try for an unmedicated vaginal birth.
But there was a problem.
Baby Judah was sunny side up — a not-so-ideal position.
I called my doula, Noleen…
I have to tell you about my friend, Hanna Zack Miley. She’s petite with short, snow-white hair and eyes that emanate light. Her small frame contains an enormous soul.
Hanna’s beautifully written memoir, entitled A Garland for Ashes¹, tells one of the most important stories I’ve ever encountered, and it…
I was sitting outside a coffee shop with my husband. Several others were around sipping coffee, chatting and working on computers. A few yards away, a petite woman with shoulder-length gray hair was screaming profanities — raging about how no one acknowledged or cared about her.
She was throwing the…