Embracing the Peace of Healing Waters

Embracing the Peace of Healing Waters

Jason had always loved to fish. Growing up in the American South, fishing had been an activity he could share with his black cousins and white neighbors, a quiet, easy past-time that even the shyest of boys could enjoy. He'd shared happy memories of long, hot afternoons waiting for a bite, and his wife Julie – a stocky tomboy with thick, blond curls – knew how important fishing had been to him all his life...

Women to Watch: 42 Life Lessons by Regina Brett:

Women to Watch: 42 Life Lessons by Regina Brett:

Every Wednesday I'll be blogging on Women to watch. If you know an inspirational women share! This is something we should all read at least once a week!!!!! Make sure you read to the end!!!!!! Written by Regina Brett, of the Plain Dealer, Cleveland , Ohio .

To celebrate growing older, I once wrote the 42 lessons life taught me. It is the most requested column I've ever written...

Women Gender Roles: Getting to Know the Multidimensional You

For me, living out my dimensions is not a linear experience, but rather a twisted path of lessons, as I work to integrate my many faces and to express them openly.

Four of these dimensions are: The mother, the lover, the warrior and the seeker...

Goals and Dreams: What is Your Vision for Yourself?

I follow the blogger Penelope Trunk. Recently, she posted a blog about dreaming (excerpted below). Honestly, she’s a little hard on the concept of dreaming. Although I get her message, and it’s a good one, it made me think:

Was Martin Luther King, Jr. wrong to have a dream? Or were the Wright Brothers wrong to dream they could fly?...