No One is Impervious to Pain

No one is impervious to pain—it is part of the human experience. The thing to remember when pain comes knocking at your door, and it will, is it not the challenge but how we respond, that creates the person we will be tomorrow. The increased homeless situation where I live has been pulling at my…

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More than 2 million American children have been identified by schools as being learning disabled, and approximately 5 to 10 million American adults are similarly affected. According to Harvard neurologist Norman Geschwind, practically all of us have a significant number of special learning disabilities.  With the large number of tests available today, chances are one…

Where are My Keys?

I have been pondering lately the packages my lessons sometimes arrive in. When I was younger, I rarely looked behind life’s curtain. If I couldn’t find my car keys, I just saw the event as: “I can’t find my car keys.” Now when I can’t find my car keys, I am immediately aware of being…

Excited to Announce!

After several months of hard work, I am excited to announce the launching of the new I Create What I Believe! (ICWIB) Global Classroom, and my two new websites. The websites addresses are the same: www.ICreateWhatIBelieve.com and www.InnerEyePublishing.com, but information is easier to find, and the websites are now mobile friendly. The ICWIB Global Classroom now…

Ripened Like Good Wine

I have been pondering two words lately: congruent and conflict. The reason for the reflection is because I have noticed that if I am unclear or in conflict with myself in any way, that it is more difficult to move forward effectively and/or accomplish things in a timely manner. When I was younger I had…

Making Your Moments Count

In a short, one-minute, film, Elvis de Leon gave me a new perspective on the way I look at every day of my life. He asks the viewer to imagine that every day you wake-up with $84,600.00 in your bank account.  This is not something you need to hold on to and save, but rather…