After going to the State Fair of Texas this weekend and watching their fantastic fountain and light show set to music and fireworks, I was reminded of how much I dearly love to be around the magic of a good fountain show. So, I looked about YouTube and found this incredible fountain display set […]
I wrote the other day on the personal health effects of stress. So, what is stress doing to our businesses? The costs of stress to corporations run broad and deep. From our previous article on what stress and fear do to the individual, you can probably surmise what it does to a company – because […]
What is higher consciousness? Higher consciousness is a term used to express an intuitive awareness of, affinity for and union with the interconnected whole of all that exists. In intellectual as well as spiritual circles there are many other words for higher consciousness: God-consciousness, Christ consciousness, Buddhic consciousness, and Cosmic Consciousness, to name just a […]
What is consciousness? The truth is no one really knows. The world’s best minds still debate and conduct experiments to try to pin it down. That doesn’t mean we can’t try some deductive reasoning to at least get closer to an understanding. The Webster-Merriam dictionary gives the task of defining consciousness a good college try […]
My Mom had a successful hip surgery yesterday. As she recovers today, I feel a tremendous gratitude for the abundance in my life, my health and my family and friends. This is a photo I took in Rome of a cute little grocery storefront. I hope this affirmation inspires you.
13. Old-fashioned block parties where neighbors actually visit with neighbors in the street. 12. Some of the best rock concerts of the season. 11. Ice cold watermelon:=) 10. Lots of hot and sticky parades, carnivals and fairs. 9. The sounds of kids running, laughing and playing OUTSIDE (sure, they’re lured outdoors by explosives, […]
I speak to many groups on thoughts, feelings and beliefs and why they are so important. Our expectations and actions stem from our perception of the world and will always dictate more of the same, unless and until, we start shifting. I will be speaking to the ABWA in Austin next week on this subject, […]
I recently saw an amazing Monet at the St. Louis Art Museum. This photo from the Dallas Arboretum is a very nice replica of Monet’s flower garden in Giverny. Both were a joy at which to look.