Love One Another

There are people throughout history who have lived their lives selflessly.  Their actions are not for their own self-interests, but rather for the good of the world.  Some examples of these kind of people are Nelson Mandela, John Lewis, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Rosa Parks, Gandhi, and Mother Teresa. While these people are exemplars of whatContinue reading “Love One Another”

Anger Management

Do you get angry when someone cuts you off in traffic? Does your blood pressure soar when your child refuses to cooperate? Anger is a normal and even healthy emotion, but it’s important to learn to deal with it in a positive way. Uncontrolled anger can ruin both your health and your relationships. For thisContinue reading “Anger Management”

Take a Mulligan

For those of you who have never heard of a mulligan before, it is a term most associated with golf.  It is a “do-over,” a second try after your first shot has not gone very well. I would venture to say that every amateur golfer has taken a few mulligans in their lifetime, and thereContinue reading “Take a Mulligan”

Day of Atonement

Today is a day many of us are off from work for Yom Kippur, a Day of Atonement.  While I was not raised in the Jewish traditions, this day has always affected me as a day we could all use.  I originally learned of its importance through Jewish friends. This day, I have discovered, isContinue reading “Day of Atonement”