Tag Archives: hope

Glad Tidings & Cheer

Volume I / Issue 12 — 22 December 2020 This past year brought about many challenges. At times, we have seen the very best of our humanity as we came together to support frontline and essential workers. At other times, we…


Revisiting a Timeless Message

I wrote the following blog five years ago in 2015, and revisited it this past week on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. It’s a message that is equally as important today as it was then. I share it again…


This is the time.

Over the past couple of weeks, we have seen the outward manifestation of systemic trauma on a national (even global) scale. There is no other way to say it. Centuries of oppression and inequality have justifiably resulted in anger and…


Tend To Your Fuse

I noticed something recently. In the last week or two it seems like people are angrier, less patient, more frustrated. I think the “novelty” (if you can call it that) of lockdown/quarantine finally wore off and people suddenly realized that…


12 Years Today – 4,380 Days

I’m glad I’m not French. No offense to the French, I actually love the country, the food, and the people… but twelve years ago on Bastille Day, our lives changed forever. If it were any other normal day, I maybe…


My NEW Book of Poetry is HERE!

As a writer, I am always transforming thoughts into words, whether it’s the inspirational wisdom I share regularly in InspireBytes™ or the self-help guidance and teachings that I put into full-length books. (What now..? will be out in November… stay…


Hope, Oprah and An Invitation

After last night’s moving speech by Oprah Winfrey at the 75th Golden Globes, I took pause to revisit something I have been writing about and teaching for almost a decade: Hope. Hope, as Oprah put it, is the one thing…