Last New Year’s, Kylen O. Lefave spent the evening alone — and it was one of the most magical, gratifying nights of her life. Here, she offers inspiration for a different kind of New Year’s.
Archives for December 2010
Sometimes, it’s important to step outside the box, follow our instincts, take some risks and travel roads less traveled. It’s how we grow as humans.
How do I shift into faith when the fear that separates me from my faith is part of my childhood cellular memory, the very imprinting that makes me who I am? This week, I had an “ah ha” moment in which I discovered that the answer to that question can be simple if I allow […]
I was walking around our home the last few days looking at this huge load of work I want to get done. There’s a driveway that needs repaving, a bathroom that needs gutting, an attic loft that needs trim finished, painting…renos galore. Then, there is the half-acre yard which has not yet been put to […]
A woman immerses herself in healing work to free herself from the patterns instilled by childhood abuse.
…even though I’m a Buddhist, I have always found Jesus to be an inspiring figure, especially the Jesus of the Gnostic writings. In honor of the holiday’s true meaning, I offer 20 possible ways to embody and create peace in the world.
On a road trip back to the Kootenay region of British Columbia, a woman encounters some magical and familiar faces.
After losing her faith as an abused child, a woman seeks to rebuild her faith in herself and her God.
As we head into the New Year, many of us will be making those familiar New Years resolutions. Why not make one about engaging a passion, like learning the guitar?
A shipwreck, a tiny town on Newfoundland’s Burin Peninsula and the seeds of the U.S. civil rights movement would seem to be an unusual juxtaposition. It happened way back in 1942 but had ramifications right down to present times.