Today’s forgiving journal: What forgiving is for me

Today’s forgiving journal is about what forgiving is for me. I went to the liberty bell yesterday.  As I was walking through the exhibit, I saw a sign for a “fun room”.  I figured I needed to check that out! Turns out that it’s a room for kids. There are stickie notes available for kids … More Today’s forgiving journal: What forgiving is for me

Today’s forgiving journal: When life throws you a curve

Today’s forgiving journal is about when life throws you a curve. I’m in Philadelphia right now, checking it out as a potential place to live.  I had no idea that this possibility was even on the radar for me until about a week ago.  In fact, I once said that I didn’t want to move … More Today’s forgiving journal: When life throws you a curve

Today’s forgiving journal: Coming Present to my Heart

Today’s forgiving journal is about coming present to my heart. I had a conversation with a dear friend today. We spoke about making a change to an event we’re collaborating on. There was resistance within me on whether to change or stay the same. The truth is, nothing stays the same. We are constantly in … More Today’s forgiving journal: Coming Present to my Heart

Today’s forgiving journal: Creating a space for compassion

Today’s forgiving journal is about creating a space for compassion. My mom was one of the most compassionate people that I know. She put smiley face stickers on her wall hangings and her birthday cards. She sent me birthday cards like one month in advance. And she forgave me (and others) like it was second … More Today’s forgiving journal: Creating a space for compassion

Today’s forgiving journal: The Sacred Space of Forgiveness

Today’s forgiving journal is about the sacred space of forgiveness. I went to a beautiful church today in Manhattan, called St. John the Divine.  It is truly stunning, and I felt like I was walking in a sacred space when I entered. There was a pamphlet at the front that had information about St. John’s.  … More Today’s forgiving journal: The Sacred Space of Forgiveness