We can experience a big shift when we stop trying to be grateful in tough times and instead find gratitude for the tough times.
As much as you have on your plate, the most important things that take care of themselves without your needing to think about them. No to-do list required.
In this time where so much news is focused on lack of resources and loss of lives, a classic Passover song reminds us to look for what’s enough.
They’ll last longer than toilet paper, and take up less space.
The biggest way a traumatic brain injury changed my life.
A Thanksgiving invitation to celebrate what you have, who you are, and where you are, knowing that it is enough.
For all it’s flaws, and there are many, nothing beats the subway for getting around New York City quickly and inexpensively.