Posts Tagged ‘Living Well’

Not Quite a Gag Reel…

Not Quite a Gag Reel…

  “Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!” -The Great and Poweful Wizard of Oz, The Wizard of Oz I’m always jazzed to see the interest in this site, and am especially excited by the bunch of you who make a point to come by every-other-week and see what’s happening. I always endeavor [Continue]

Six Word Selah

Six Word Selah

Selah: To pause and reflect. Ancient Hebrew I first came across the word selah in my undergraduate Jewish Poetry and Wisdom Literature class. It’s found in both styles of writing and is most often used to really get the reader to stop and think about what they’ve just read. It may only be the ancient [Continue]

Falling Well: The Lifecycle of a Leaf

Falling Well: The Lifecycle of a Leaf

  “Autumn is a second Spring where every leaf is a flower.” -Albert Camus, Author, Absurdist & Nobel Prize winner   I love failure. To be fair, it’s been life-long acquired taste. To be even fairer, it is best tasted in small, momentary doses, not long banquets. There is a moment in failure when it [Continue]

Top Five Things That DIDN’T Happen in 2012

Top Five Things That DIDN’T Happen in 2012

“Even if we dodge the bullet this time, there’s another in the chamber just waiting.” -Neil Wallace, Economist Welcome to 2013. The internet is chock-full of “Best of” lists of things that happened in 2012, and that’s awesome. This year I decided to go the opposite direction because sometimes it’s equally powerful to be mindful [Continue]

Thanksgiving Leftovers

Thanksgiving Leftovers

Happy satiated, post-Thanksgiving bliss y’all. I hope the turkey day was a gluttonous bout of food, friends and family. Now back to work. We all know that I write a pre-Christmas article on the 24 Hour Holiday Marathon on WPRB inPrinceton,NJ. This year is no different–but this year’s article is already shaping up to be [Continue]

Gratitude Doesn’t Suck

Gratitude Doesn’t Suck

“Success is getting what you want. Happiness is wanting what you get.” -Dale Carnegie, motivational speaker and author of How To Win Friends & Influence People Her smile was still that of a child. Cherubic, bright-eyed. Recently homeless, she had been molested and raped on the streets of Philadelphia after running away from an abusive [Continue]

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