Some characterize New York City on Christmas as “dead.” To me, it feels very much alive.
There’s a magic that happens — a sort of alchemy — when you string lights around the frame of a house or even around a small shrub in the front lawn.
Nobody would blame you for wanting to get 2020 out of the way to focus on what’s next. But this year, more than ever, you need to do a year-end review to find the light in 2020.
We are conditioned to believe that self-care is selfish, but timeless wisdom tells us to work on ourselves as a way to heal the outside worked.
The festival of Chanukah reminds us that the revolution that will lead to victory of light over darkness begins at home.
Far from being self-serving, being seen in our light can be a service to others.
Miracles don’t just “happen.” We co-create them.