It’s been a while.
I do my best in greeting the world and each day with an open heart and soft eyes.
I want to share with you a video that really moved me.
This short film illustrates the wonder of our world, its beauty, its people and how profound living a life with gratitude can be.
After you’ve watched it I hope your hearts too feel open to all of life’s blessings.
Have a peaceful holiday season and may your souls fill with Centerpeace.
Look at that sky. Look at that snow. Look at the stream of moving water running through the ice.
This photo was taken during my first snowshoe expedition along the golf course at Mount Kisco Country Club. Wow, what great winter fun. Through the laughter of my friends and the sounds of crackling snow it was an afternoon of great memories as we lifted our feet through snow and ice.
Let me tell you, it was harder than I thought it would be, especially uphill!
For those of you with snowshoes, look for large open spaces where you can walk for hours and savor Mother Nature’s winter with friends outdoors.
Here’s to many more moments of Centerpeace! Thank you Paula, Karen, Sande, Amy and Jane for my new shoes!! I can’t wait to wear them again and again.
Ahhhhh the flower so soothing to the eye as we focus on the blossom’s opening. Did you notice the strength of the stem and how it supports and nourishes the flower to grow???……I was reading an article written by Gary Ryan Blaire-known as “the goals guy”. One of his principles which is congruent with the Centerpeace philosophy is “your mind will absorb and ultimately reflect whatever it gets repeatedly exposed to.” Friends, let’s pay close attention to the materials we read, the photos we look at, the music we listen to, the movies we watch and expose our children to….and most importantly the friends we spend time with. All of these shape our minds. Expose yourself to what is beautiful, noble, right and pure. Enjoy great foods, great writing, great music and great people. These personal practices really guide the way to a life of Centerpeace. Many thanks to MaryAnn Bayer, for sharing your photo of nature’s strength and beauty. I miss you!