Posts Tagged ‘inspiration’

Helen Keller – Icon & Inspiration

Last week, I wrote a post about Helen Keller.   (If I could ask Helen Keller one question).  While I was researching information for that post, I found a quote of hers that struck a cord deep inside of me.  The quote is: “When one door of…

{June 20, 2013}

If I could ask Helen Keller one question…

If I could ask Helen Keller one question, it would be – where did you find your indelible faith? Even as I ask that question, I have an inkling of an answer.  An inkling that comes from inside me. When I consider that Helen Keller lost her…

{June 13, 2013}

Human Values Inspire The Dalai Lama

    Q: Apart from Buddhism, what are your sources of inspiration?   The Dalai Lama: Human values. When I look at birds and animals, their survival is without rules, without conditions, without organization. But mothers…

{February 21, 2013}

Happy New Year!

            “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.’ We ask ourselves,…

{January 1, 2013}

Pearls of Wisdom From A Centenarian

Pearls of Wisdom From A Centenarian

Two weeks ago I felt a strong pull to visit my centenarian Grandmother whom I call Gg. I love and adore my Gg and she has been the constant rock in my life. Before visiting my Gg, I asked Terri if she would mind if I interviewed her for the blog. I…

{December 20, 2012}

Yes, You Can Make a Difference

Back when I was a young mother with two small boys, I couldn’t always put my shopping cart back in the store or in the cart corral.    It worried me.  I didn’t want to leave my little ones alone in the car and I didn’t want to leave the shopping…

{November 27, 2012}