A Change to Kindness
By Scott Baker The streets of Manhattan! New York City! Millions of special characters, special stories! Decorating the scenery here are the young Hassidic Jewish men who wear their long coats and hats on the hottest days of Summer, the most freezing days of Winter, who try to assemble men from the streets to perform […]
One of a kind – I hope there’s more.You can be the one and only,but, imagine if there were four.Four of a kind is swell in a game of pokerAnd if you hurry and depart that match,you’ll be a little bit less broker. When you consider ‘my kind’ or yours,you can be more, or less, […]
“You can lean on me brother, I can see you’ve carried too long…”
“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” Matthew 11:28-30
Give Me Your Eyes by Brandon Heath
Looked down from a broken skyTraced out by the city lightsMy world from a mile highBest seat in the house tonight Touched down on the cold black topHold on for the sudden stopBreathe in the familiar shockOf confusion and chaos All those people goin’ somewhereWhy have I never cared? Give me Your eyes for just […]
Showing Up as an Act of Kindness
Today, I share a kindness practice. Showing up for the people in our lives, especially children makes a world of difference.
Hope in a Song
On a recent walk, the overcast sky reflected my mood. A jumble of worries, uncertainty and items to cross off my to-do list filled my mind. Overwhelm filled my heart as the to-dos far outnumbered the hours in the day…again.