Food consumes me even when I know that I should be consuming it. I really never thought too much of food until I stopped smoking almost thirty years ago and Read More
On The Importance of Content
In 1974, Patty Hearst, grand-daughter of William Randolph Hearst, a publishing magnate on the west coast, heading up the largest newspaper establishment in the country at the time, was kidnapped Read More
Mom Says: Nothing is Impossible!
I’m not sure my brother Terry remembers it, but I remember it as if it was yesterday. Terry was struggling with one of the large storm windows he had just Read More
To Help vs To Do No Harm?
Today’s post is a reblog of a post from October 10, 2013 CPPWe are a community of laymen and laywomen who, with vowed Passionists, seek to share in the charism Read More
Let’s Try Integrity When Attempting Community
I believe relationships, while the basis for happiness according to a 75 year Harvard study, must be honest and free of fear. If they are not, we all lose. Robert Read More
2016 Time to Let the Wind Blow
The New Year (2016) has just rounded the corner, putting us again to the task of a new series of resolutions about making life become better, bigger, and happier than Read More
How to Move From Otherness to Likeness
For much of my life I’ve seen myself as “other”. I’ve defined myself not by what I am, i.e. my talents, my idiosyncrasies, or my shortcomings, but by how I Read More