Those are the words that begin the Hawaiian ho’oponopono ritual of forgiveness. If you aren’t familiar with it, it goes like this:
I was at a women’s gathering where one of the ladies shared
her experience with a recent European vacation.
She and her husband cruised the Danube and took an extra week to visit
sights they had always wanted to see. It
was the trip of a lifetime.
Then, on the flight home, they were upgraded to first
While sipping champagne and reveling in the extra room, she shared with the group how her mind drifted briefly to the giant credit card bill waiting upon her return. Then she thought of the sights, the sounds and the encounters with ...
It’s easy to gloss over where we’ve been. Day after day we go about our activities and forget to notice the shifts and completions. When I reflect on the years that have passed, I can see
This post comes about because a colleague of mine, Lois Hart, sent her new book to me. I thought you might like to see how relevant it was for me and how you could use it too.
Even coaches have coaches, and mine challenged me to do my first Facebook Live.
I listened to a friend talking the other day about her pilot husband who would just not give it up.
His entire career had been devoted to piloting passengers across the US. After he retired, he volunteered for the Air National Guard. Now, years later, he’s still flying solo.
She’s concerned that