Time is not our friend, It is our mortal enemy, Because it takes moments like this… And transforms them into memories, Memories we can barely see! Today I’m twenty-five, Tomorrow I’ll be half a century, And that’s only if time is kind to me. Gray hairs and a stiff back, Will make us relish this Read More
…and then it was February!
I wrote a poem about 15 years ago titled ” The Coming of Age“. The first stanza of the poem is as follows: “Time is not our friend, It is our mortal enemy, Because it takes moments like this… And transforms them into memories, Memories we can barely see!” (click here to read the entire poem) Read More
What’s Your Gift?
This holiday here’s my wish for you… My wish for you…is that you’ll receive a clear unfiltered view of just a 1/4 of the potential you have to offer yourself, your loved ones, and the world! I say just a 1/4 of the potential, because if many of us could see ourselves even a year from now Read More
What Did You Get? – (A day after Christmas Poem)
Many of us celebrated Christmas yesterday and followed the tradition of giving and receiving gifts. If you live in the United States, even if you don’t celebrate Christmas you’ll typically end up with a gift bag to dig in or box to unwrap, from a family member, colleague or friend. This Christmas, some of Read More