Tag: appreciation

So Much to Learn

  A few years ago, I was away with my wife, Suzie, for a weekend getaway. After a day of exploring, we went to an observatory on the North Fork of Long Island for an opportunity to view the stars from advanced telescopes. I… Continue Reading “So Much to Learn”

YOUR CALL

  St. Francis de Sales once said, “Be who you are, and be that well.” He also said, “Have patience with all things, but, first of all with yourself.” These two quotes are intertwined as knowing who you are in not necessarily easy. As… Continue Reading “YOUR CALL”

Let It Be & Let It Go

For several generations, the Beatles hit “Let it Be,” has captured the love and admiration of western civilization. When Paul McCartney discussed the origins of the lyrics with James Corden last year, we were reminded of the depth of this music and its special place… Continue Reading “Let It Be & Let It Go”

SET FREE YOUR INNER ANGEL

Michelangelo, the famous Renaissance artist, approached sculpting as a process to “set free” angels. He would pick the right block of rigid stone, and through a discovery process, chip away until he set the angel, or statue, free. While he spoke of stone, you… Continue Reading “SET FREE YOUR INNER ANGEL”

Lessons from a 2-year old

  This series of posts will focus on lessons taught by  an incredible daughter to her admiring parent.   “I’m a good girl,” said Shea, my 2-year old toddler said in response to her sleeping in her own bed the night before. “Of course… Continue Reading “Lessons from a 2-year old”

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