There is a hum in you

“Nanny Ogg looked under her bed in case there was a man there. Well, you never knew your luck.”—Terry Prachett My life seems to be one big OMG after another. Karen Drucker (yes THAT Karen Drucker!), the one who has recorded 19 CD’s and won about every award an inspirational songwriter can win, is writing […]

There’s a party going on right here

“A miracle is the answer to any problem.”—Marianne Williamson A Course in Miracles has lots of pages, lots of words, but it boils down to this: once we relinquish our old thought system, love becomes our M.O. and miracles and blessings are all we see. As we let go of the creaky, has-been thought system […]

Why gratitude is the best game in town

“The universe is programmed for your joy.”–Marianne Williamson As a devotee of A Course in Miracles, I go through its 365 lessons every year, starting January 1. Right now, the lessons are teaching me about grievances and how every time I have one, I block the light, I block the miracles, I block the truth. […]

Let’s think up a world no one has thought up yet

“I strongly encourage you to let go of these beliefs. They are inaccurate and melodramatic and they do not serve you.”—Cheryl Strayed When asked “What’s the best predictor for finding a genius?” Buckminster Fuller used to answer, “A good mother.” What he meant by that is if your mother (or your parents in general) believed […]

“Be your best, most gigantic self.”—Cheryl Strayed

“We are invited by the future to step it up.”—Marianne Williamson Even if I didn’t believe in the power of thought BEFORE I wrote E-Squared (and, of course, I did, that’s why I wrote it), there is no way I could, with a straight face, deny it now. Miracles are SO prevalent and manifestations so […]

Do your beliefs block the flow of the world’s limitless abundance?

“A child of God is a magnet for all things good.” –Marianne Williamson I’m more or less illiterate when it comes to anything electrical. I know what a plug looks like and I know how to attach it to a wall socket. Beyond that, I draw a blank. But there’s a device used in electronics […]