We were at a crossroads in The Subway. We could either try to climb out without the trail, or stay within our comfort zone and re-trace our steps. I was not comforted by either option... Memories of a day I took a journey outside my comfort zone washed over me while I scrolled through my … [Read more...] about The Zion Subway – Lessons From A Trip Outside The Comfort Zone
Things don't always unfold the way we expect them to. It was June 29, 2008. I had just attended the first personal development workshop of my life. I was high on inspiration, and eager to explore San Francisco an the surrounding area. I had dreamed of returning to the Palace of Fine Arts in the … [Read more...] about When Life Hands You…Scaffolding?!?!
Going through old photos has become my favourite activity of spring 2020. Before almost anyone lost their job in Canada, my husband Tony was laid off mid-March by Porter Airlines. We had just returned from vacation to Hawaii and were expecting he’d go back to work. Except Porter Airlines was among … [Read more...] about Going Through Old Photos
The journey through a dark canyon is always stoked with uncertainty. We don’t always know what’s on the other side. And we can’t pretend it’s not there when we’re in it. We need to keep putting one foot in front of the other to move forward and bring in the new. We know in our hearts … [Read more...] about Something New Always Comes Out of The Old
We’ve been served a reminder: We are passengers. Riding on a giant rock As it circles a star. Our jewel of a rock sustains us, Not the other way around. She has many lessons to share. If we tune in, we will receive them. Today is a good day to slow down, Remove our blinders. Pay … [Read more...] about Earth Day 2020:We Are Passengers