Tag Archives: compassion

Welcome To The Club

I have noticed that I’m losing my memory – there, I said it.  Now my children should be very afraid which ones I may choose to come and live with (if I can remember).  But in all seriousness, the kind … Continue reading

Sapere Aude – Are You Ready?

Sapere Aude (pronounced sap-er-ray ow-day) is a Latin phrase meaning, “dare to be wise” or more precisely “dare to know”. You may be experiencing reactions to situations where your thoughts and feelings may not be your own, but rather belong … Continue reading

Dear Me

The other day, I came across this question “If you could travel back in time, and give advice to your former self, what would it be?” I started to jot down a few notes on a post-it note, which turned … Continue reading

New Friends and Acquaintances

I have noticed over the years that people are quietly leaving each other’s lives, letting go and moving on.  When this happens, we have to be okay with it and understand that the absence of companionship is a temporary one, … Continue reading

Mindful Awareness – Understanding Through Compassion

I am often times asked why people behave poorly when they have so much more potential. We must remember that we are all earth travellers seeking our way home; we are all on a journey.  Some of us are conditioned … Continue reading