Monthly Archives: March 2018

Good Grief – Day 6

March 31, 2018
Daily Meditations

If you find yourself swimming across an ocean of grief, and you’re too tired to keep swimming, just float. Gratitude Focus: We can be thankful that we don’t have…

Good Grief – Day 4

March 29, 2018
Daily Meditations

Some cultures mandate a formal time of grief for people. I think we should wear big badges when we’re grieving that say “Fragile. Heart under construction. Handle with care.”…

Good Grief – Day 3

March 28, 2018
Daily Meditations

Few of us like to feel sad or cry. Grief can be tricky. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross identified the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Those words…

Practice Deliberate Gratitude

March 27, 2018

“But you don’t know my circumstances. That won’t work for me. I don’t have it as good as other people. You should see my life. It’s a mess.” Religious…

Good Grief – Day 2

March 27, 2018
Daily Meditations

We don’t do grief. Grief does us. Application: Don’t worry about when this value applies. When it’s time to heal our heart from a loss, we’ll know. Don’t be…

Good Grief – Day 1

March 26, 2018
Daily Meditations

“The strangest thing happened,” said my friend, a lovably neurotic, very obsessive businessman in his midforties. “I was watching one of those afternoon TV talk shows. This one was…

Learn to say “I am”

March 25, 2018
Daily Meditations

We hear a lot about becoming whole. “Become a complete human being.” “Start on the pathway to becoming whole.” “You won’t find romantic love until you know you’re complete.”…