What a few years it’s been. Who knew we could use unprecedented in so many situations? I mean, how do you prepare for a once in a lifetime pandemic? For changes to everyday life that have never happened in your memory.
And yet, here we are.
As we look forward to new chapters, it’s hard not to look back. Continue reading
I love the arts. I’ve been engaged with our local film festival for years. I would buy a pass and attend the shows, while my oldest was the event photographer. I was always inspired by watching the under-the-radar selection of movies that might not always make it to the coast-to-coast big screen.
This weekend I watched Nine Days. Really made you think. A character named Will was interviewing people (souls) over nine days. Each soul was vying for the opportunity to become alive in someone’s body born on earth. When not interviewing, Will watched the souls he had sent to earth previously on TVs showing them living all of life’s moments, big and small. He was torn by one storyline that ended badly and then an interview candidate named Emma challenged Will to face his own demons too. Continue reading
Dr. BJ Miller is a palliative care physician at Zen Hospice Project in San Francisco. He lost three of his limbs in an electrocution accident as a college student. When he was a guest on The Tim Ferriss Show he shared some amazing inspirational nuggets about being in the moment and what he has learned from those who are at the end of their journey on earth. He talked about how fresh baked cookies or looking at art brings us back to the moment and helps us remember what makes us happy. Continue reading