Stop saying “I’m sorry” when you have nothing to apologize for. And when you do have something to be sorry for, apologize like you mean it.
Since my grandpa died, I’ve been expanding beyond morning rituals to a new category: mourning rituals. Two practices speak to the transformational power of rituals.
A terror attack. A trigger. Sirens wail and a Small Voice cries out: this is proof. It’s time .
On Halloween, we dress in costume and slip on a mask to assume a persona. So, really, it’s like every other day. As you plan your costume, have you considered who you are behind your mask?
What is happening right in front of us that we don’t see? And what do we see, but fail to notice? Do you notice what you notice?
What Loren Jade Smith’s story teaches us about how to respond to victims.