It’s the holiday season again. For some, it is the happiest time of the year, but for others it’s a time of stress. No matter what category you fall into, I’d like to suggest that you start a new tradition this year, and that is to follow your heart and only do those things that bring you joy.
Massage therapist Verlalia Lewis introduces us to breathing and stretching exercises that engage our minds and souls — not just our bodies. The results can be truly profound.
More and more men are contracting diseases — including lupus and breast cancer — which are traditionally thought of as female medical problems. But are the root causes the same…and what about the paths to healing?
If today were your last day, what words would you say to strangers? What words would you say to the people you love? Too often we speak as though we will live long enough to say sorry, but none of us knows how much time we have here.
It seems employers of today are refusing to interview applicants who are “presently unemployed.” Let me repeat, employers with viable positions that need to be filled in order to move their companies forward are refusing to interview candidates who are “presently unemployed.”
The habit of watching reality TV shows led me to explore the following questions: Who is living my life while I’m watching your life? Must I cease to exist to watch your existence?
One day out of every year is not nearly enough time for appreciation for the one who is responsible for your safe arrival. Even the so called “inadequate” mothers deserve credit for not withholding life.
A lost child, ignored by everyone in the mall except our author, may highlight the problems of a society of self-absorbed people, lost in day-to-day minutia.