Resilience is the name of the game. Combine resilience with genuine compassion, i.e. concern for the wellbeing of others. Living like this, we find meaning; we find happiness. When times get rough, persevere and think about others. When times are good remember others. This is the foundation for a good meaningful happy life. If we begin to question who we are on a deeper level – this question, “who am I” kept recurring while I was a child – we touch something deeper, even more meaningful; even more unconditionally loving.
Positive mental strength is required for resilience. Resilience during this ravaging pandemic is essential. Many of us are doing more exercise, safely walking and indoor strengthening and flexibility yoga and exercise. What about strengthening and […]
Grief, loss, sadness, and anguish seem to part of everyday life in America and around the world these days. Wednesday, I visited the Tree of Life synagogue and nearby Jewish Community Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, […]
Yesterday 160 young men and women entered the medical profession by entering the University of Louisville School of Medicine. We held a White Coat ceremony as a rite of passage for these awesome young bright, […]