I’ve been feeling a sense of impending doom like there’s this thing coming – a colossal tsunami – and I don’t know if the ground I’m standing on is high enough to keep from being swept away.
Right now, the world is full of fear and uncertainty. It reminded me of another time in my life when I was afraid. Here’s what I wish I had known then and what I’m glad I know now.
These past few days, I’ve been battling a mild virus. I feel utterly ridiculous for thinking it might be COVID-19 and, at the same time, idiotic for not considering it. Talk about a catch 22. I feel like I’ve fallen down a rabbit hole into some bizarre, disorienting reality where nothing is as it seems. […]
I recently returned from a trip to South Africa. As I began to unpack my experiences, I started to see how much I have to be grateful for.
(Estimated reading time 1 1/2 minutes) What did you want to be when you grew up? I was asked that question recently and really couldn’t remember wanting to be anything. What I could remember is that my pre-school self was utterly absorbed by being in the moment. I remember filling giant holes with water and […]