Unjam Your Abundance

When you have more than you can cope with, you get a jam. This is true for roads, and true for life in general. It’s not what you make of the time spent in a jam, it’s what you make of the abundance that got you into it in the first place. Yes, abundance. There […] Continue reading

Trust Your Heart

My good friend Leah just broke up with her marrying-material still-in-love boyfriend of many years. She took unpaid leave from a safe and well paying job, and will soon be leaving for a year (at least that’s the plan for now) to volunteer somewhere in Africa, work for the UN, or do that thing they […] Continue reading

Friendships Go On

What is it really that makes us friends? Is it long-term exposure to one another, our backgrounds, characters, where we come from, what we do for each other, or maybe when our souls connect? When you put people together in the same place and time, affections can grow and familiarity soar to the point of […] Continue reading

Liebster Blog Award

Thank you Gina Drellack from the wonderful A Wisdom Within for your kind nomination of The Belief Blog for this peer award!  I appreciate your support very much. Your blog has been a source of inspiration for me.  Read more.

Drive-by Smiling

Give people smiles while driving! They will smile back at you. Certainly road-rage frowns, middle fingers in the rear view mirror, exasperated honking, and bumper-to-bumper stalking will work too, but the result of that work will get you more worked up and stressed. I believe we can choose. Yes, you too can choose. Admittedly, no […] Continue reading