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.
You can’t light a candle with an extinguished flame. Before you can spread light to the world you must replenish and restore your own light.
Whether it’s money, energy, time, or toilet paper, we often buy into the illusion of scarcity. What if you trusted that what you have is enough?
The risks of being seen are real, which makes the impact of standing in your light that much greater.