Fear Re-Imagined

"What if instead of calling them fears, we call them stories?" - Karen Thompson Karen Thomson Walker’s YouTube Video on "What Fear Can Teach Us" adds a new dimension to fear. I used to think of fear as a response to self-protection and self-preservation. The typical freeze, flee, or fight response when dealing with fear. By... Continue Reading →

Click Refresh

As a child, our dreams were more exciting, daring, and imaginative.  As we progress with age, our dreams become confined by the cultural, social, and economical influence around us.  Then we get so caught up with trying to catch up that we beg for a break from the relentless cycle of work and an unending... Continue Reading →

Dare to Dream Again

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” – Eleanor Roosevelt As a child, our dreams were an endless flow of hopes and goals. Then as we grew older, the dreams became less and less. And for a few, the dreams stopped completely. However, there is hope because dreams can be started... Continue Reading →

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