“Nourishing Happiness”

July 29, 2017
Thich Nhat Hanh came up with the phrase “nourishing happiness”, and he is right.  We make a mistake when we are not constantly  aware of what we do and how it impacts our happiness.  Many times we have choices and we do not analyze how we truly feel and so we wind up making bad… View Full Article
  • Goodbye 2016

    December 31, 2016
      Good Bye, 2016–it was very stressful with family and friends illnesses and the political situation in America.  I am sorry to say that I will not miss Obama, I thought I would– but as someone who wasn’t Jewish said, “in the last 40 years the American Government has stood behind Israel because the Palestinians… View Full Article
  • Family Holiday Vacations

    December 19, 2016
    I think its very sad that everyone, including myself, has issues on family vacations.  I am beginning to wonder if we just think toooooo much. Maybe if we realized that we have very little control over anything and try to enjoy some moments. Sometimes, its very hard, but if you thought about how many minutes… View Full Article
  • To CLAP OR NOT TO CLAP – THAT IS THE QUESTION

    December 6, 2016
    Last night I attended a Chicago Bulls  basketball game. They like many sporting events have a lot of entertainment.   Some of it is entertaining but some of it is very annoying. First the “luvables” , they are scantily  dressed young women who dance on floor during intermissions, and time outs. They really have nothing… View Full Article
  • The election caught many people by surprise.

    November 22, 2016
    It  has taken me a long time to write about the election because like many of you , Ive been very upset. However, it is over and we can only pray that Trump will do what is right for the country.   I am hopeful–although somewhat skeptical.  I know sounds like Im confused and its… View Full Article