Whether spoken aloud or internally, the power of words is vast. They can be used to hurt or heal. They have power to create and destroy. What are your words saying?
In this week of Passover, it’s tempting to label the coronavirus as a modern day plague. But what if it’s a miracle?
Stanford: Before I tell you, you have to promise not to judge. Carrie: Do I judge? Stanford: We all judge. That’s our hobby. Some people do arts and crafts; we judge. — Sex and the City If someone called you judgmental, you might reasonably infer they didn’t mean it as a compliment. But why? Definitions […]
Yom Kippur teaches us that the words we say, and how we speak them, matter.
Some attacks create wounds beneath the surface; invisible but no less painful. Here’s how to heal them.
Strength and power are not the same, but can turn strength into power through alignment. This is the blessing contained in the Hebrew phrase yasher koach.