We often hear talk of trauma; we often hear talk of addiction. The two conditions have important connections.
Compassion starts with the idea that all beings want to be happy and free of suffering.
The unsung heroes are mothers, especially single mothers, who despite their suffering and workload, provide love and care to their children.
Toxic shame can lead us to addiction and if we do not treat it, it can pass from generation to generation.
we do not have to look for peace and happiness “out there”, just learn how to get out of own way to connect with what we always have within ourselves.
To inter-be and the action of inter-being reflects reality. We inter-are with one another and with all life.
Spring teaches us a lot about love and connection. That is happiness. Happiness and sadness can co-exist; they are not opposites.
Anyone who is growing and developing will have to “reset” at some time (or several times) in their lives.
When you live aware of the context you are naturally drawn to a state of mindful awareness imbued with gratitude.