The Crime Scene Investigator (CSI) shows on television have become very popular as they uncover the mystery around a homicide. The scientists look for clues and follow the evidence in uncovering the mystery surrounding how and who caused the untimely … Read More
Last night my choir, the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, performed a benefit concert for the Ruby Bridges School in Alameda, California. Weâve done that for the past few years and itâs always great. I love our service concerts; prisons, schools, … Read More
Yoga and meditation while dealing Â with PTSD, TBI and MST.
Pamela Stokes Eggleston: MBA, Senior Consultant. Since 2004, Pamelaâs goal has been to raise awareness of the challenges military families and veterans face upon returning from the wars in … Read More
Recently I listened to a presentation given on TED (www.TED.com) by a respected Ghanaian economist George Ayittey. He won the H.L. Mencken award for best book in 1992. In Ayitteyâs presentation he said the future of Africa lies on the … Read More
When you fuel all aspects of yourself with love, respect, curiosity, compassion, and gratitude, your life becomes a fluid Journey to Wholeness grounded in who you are being, not what you are doing. Every breath, thought, word, and actâyour very … Read More
I first became acquainted with the idea of a gratitude practice in 1995 through Sarah Ban Breathnachâs book Simple Abundance. The bookâs core concept was to begin and end each day by naming at least five things for which … Read More