Embracing the Changes
By Judi Lynch
Word count – 687
Bio word count - 60
Recent world events have certainly opened our eyes to the uncertainty of life on this planet. We have come so far in our knowledge and understanding of this Universe but not far enough in human coexistence. For most of us life has changed as our daily existence morphed and we had to adapt to new procedures. Working at home, homeschooling, eating in, wearing masks, riots, lost lives, the list…Continue
Abstract.....To recover is to be resilient, as to be able to bounce back is to be able to flow again like a running brook. The glaring question is, how do they keep going in the face of adversity. Even when life brings them down to their knees, the way they know how to rise stronger than ever, emerging from all those yesterdays, the lost battles, leaving behind the failures and regrets—that defines their recovery and innate in that recovery lies their…Continue
We have all recently experienced a whack on the kaleidoscope of life, watching our reality suddenly change right before our very eyes. And much more is to come! Therefore, it's important that we maintain a state of equilibrium ... physical balance, mental calmness and spiritual awareness.
Equilibrium is a conscious practice. It supports us as we traverse these changing and mind-bending times. It is another critical tool in our spiritual toolbox. I think we can all agree that…Continue
The Importance Of Letting Go.
By Robin Coventry
There is no such thing as a good person or a bad person. Choices and actions lead people in different directions; through those choices and actions, reality's created. Sometimes people choose or do something that takes them in the opposite direction of their desired results. Then negative emotions are attached to the experience like "I feel bad," or perhaps they feel uneasy, unhappy, unsure, angry, or even…Continue
It’s August, and school will be starting shortly. Parents everywhere are faced with a real dilemma: “Do I send my kids to school and risk them catching, and potentially spreading, Covid-19?” Or, “Do I keep my kids at home and risk being unable to earn a living?”
Parents are stuck between a rock and a hard place. Here in Ontario, public health figures are decrying the large class sizes in the provincial government’s back to school plan, and the…Continue
Current circumstances, upbringings, and interaction with other human beings all contribute to our experience of stress. The good news is that we don't have to sit and wait for the stressors to take over our lives, and slowly destroy our peace and wellbeing.…