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"He was in his divinity." That's what Sheryl Crow had to say recently about watching Michael Jackson in action. She had toured with him early in her career and remarked about standing off stage and witnessing his genius at work, about how he seemed to go to a different place. "He was in his divinity." We probably all know, or have seen, people who seem to be doing exactly what they were put on this earth to do. You know it when you see it. There's nothing sexier or more attractive than a man or woman in his or her element. Sometimes they even appear to glow. They seem grounded, confident and things drift easily to them, whether it's opportunity, money or circumstance. It got me thinking about purpose and mission and why-are-we-here, which I think about a lot. A lot. I believe, after studying the works of Marianne Williamson,... Read more →


There were so many amazing photos posted recently of the Blue Moon. It was awe-and-then-some! I took several moments on my patio, breathing into the seeming expansiveness in the air created by the sight of the magnificent orb. I tried to get a photo, but couldn't capture it. The best one I found was posted by my friend John Tamerlano on his FB page, so I'm borrowing it! Thanks, JT. Just looking at it creates a sense of wonder abou t what lies beyond it. It got me thinking about the Unknown and what an impact, good and bad, it can have on our lives, and how the prospect of the Unknown can bring on excitement, anticipation, fear or terror in varying degrees or all at once. As we strive to raise the level of our playing field we will continually approach and cross the threshold to the Unknown. To... Read more →