Tag: Family

It was the first time I ever felt small, insignificant. I was sixteen and traveling through Europe with my parents.  We were touring Pompeii, and the guide was showing us a drinking fountain with a granite trough. She made sure …

The Lessons Traveling Teaches Us. Why You Should Travel with Your Children. Read More »

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Yesterday was Thanksgiving Day in the US, and despite everything going on in the States—and the world—millions of people took a moment to be thankful.  This wonderful holiday has a special place in my heart. Like most Americans, I love …

Still A Thankful Thanksgiving. Read More »

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Would you put yourself in the live-with-no-regrets category? Regrets are for the weak and wobbly who cannot simply move on / get over it. Or do you perceive regrets as having value and serving as a reminder to improve our …

My Biggest Regret and What I Learned From It. Read More »

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When we hear about someone leaving a legacy, we picture grand, important gestures. Huge endowments, scores of scholarships, life-changing inventions, or charity work benefitting millions. But, for most of us, that will never be the case. I first thought about the …

What Will Be Your Legacy? Live as You Want to Be Remembered. Read More »

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Listening, genuinely listening to someone is a difficult skill. Our olden-day world (IE: 4 weeks ago!) was perfectly constructed to ensure we never really had to listen to anybody. From the time we woke until we slept, we packed our …

Having the Time to Listen Is the Real Treasure in These Difficult Days. Read More »

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