In relationships, what people want more than anything is to feel understood. Being right is not terribly satisfying unless power is your thing. If you really crave connection, then …
For so many people, rolling up their sleeves to receive a greatly awaited stab at the COVID-19 was a no-brainer.
Ego refers to our identity. We carve out a slice of our personality and call it “my ego.” We blame bad behavior on the ego.
Anger releases the energy of repulsion. In contrast, love releases the energy of attraction. I ask myself, “How do I want to engage the universe?”
For so many people, rolling up their sleeves to receive a greatly awaited stab at the Coronavirus was a no-brainer.
The Bible at the beginning of Genesis 18 records a scene of Abraham the Patriarch sitting at the opening of his tent just after having undergone his late-in-life ritual circumcision.
Ego refers to our identity. We carve out a slice of our personality and call it “my ego.” We blame bad behavior on the ego: “My ego dominated the discussion.” “My weak …
Much ink has been spilled on efforts to address the emotional and functional challenges of living through COVID and its now perceived aftermath.
The word "mensch," in the Yiddish language, means a good and giving person. And "menschlachkeit" is the expanded term that denotes this total behavioral approach that is concerned with doing the right thing for humankind and community.