A few weeks ago I attended a memorial service for a family friend, and as the laughter rang in equal measure to the tears that flowed, I remembered Stephen Covey’s words of beginning with the end in mind, and asking yourself what your eulogy would say. And the end of this man’s life – which… Continue reading A glorious finish
When I was mentoring a group of women going through separation and divorce, the pain they experienced meant that the piece of advice I gave most often was, “Forget taking it a day at a time. Take it a minute at a time. Heck – take it a second at a time if you need… Continue reading Happy New Moment!
I never wore a cross around my neck, despite being christened Catholic. I wore a small gold pendant whose base slid out to reveal a tiny Koran. I didn’t understand the book, but I understood the story. My grandfather, who migrated to Argentina in the ‘30s, visited his family in the Lebanon just once, in… Continue reading Hey, Boo