The weight of grief can pull you under. A poem about finding the strength and the ability to breathe again, when you fear all is lost.
After reflecting on the lessons she’s learned in this life, Heather writes her own letter of recommendation to the Department of Reincarnation.
Forgiveness is a delicate, challenging dance. Where do we learn how to do it? At what age did we learn to turn and turn and turn the other cheek?
Is there anything quite like a good day of fishing? A man escapes the frenetic pace of his daily life to find his freeing counterbalance.
A woman hikes through the forest with her exuberant dog on a spring day. The sights, sounds, and scents of spring are everywhere.
With so many things to do with our idle hands and time, why do we decide to write? It’s time to ask our Selves that question.
Becoming more open and understanding about gender identity is a learning process. And we all make mistakes. Let’s be gentle with ourselves and others.
What is the difference between a bloody carcass, picked over by scavengers and the modern wreckage of civilization? Sometimes it’s hard to tell.
How do we change our behavior or bad habits? The answer is not by avoiding them, but by understanding what emotions and thoughts start us on the wrong path.