Stories With Heart (#3) – She was a long shot

[I share the following story with permission] It is an amazing and mysterious process that brings us into contact with people who influence and affect our lives. In 1951 an illegitimate child was born that was not wanted, so the mother left her in the hospital where she was taken care of by nurses. Six weeks … Continue reading Stories With Heart (#3) – She was a long shot

We’re Most Comfortable With Whatever We’re Most Familiar With

It's a fascinating principle of human behavior that we are often most comfortable with whatever we are most familiar with – even if we don't like it. One simple way to illustrate this is when I hand you a pen and paper and ask you to write your name.  Without a conscious thought you will … Continue reading We’re Most Comfortable With Whatever We’re Most Familiar With

Some Good Monday News

This morning a young mother rose from her clean, rumpled sheets and walked into her baby's bedroom.  Smiling, she lifted the awakening infant and laid him on the changing table.  She cleaned and bathed her baby, then sat in a rocking chair and nursed him while humming soft lullabyes. What makes this scene so remarkable … Continue reading Some Good Monday News