Without you, we would not be where we are today, and we’re so thankful for all of your support throughout the year. We hope you have a joyous holiday, and we look forward to serving you again. Continue reading UPDATED: Happy Thanksgiving Day 2019!
On occasion, I am pleasantly surprised by a stranger who pays for my meal. Most of the time, I never see their faces or even know their names. I am just the lucky person they decided to bestow a kind gesture to that day. Of course, kindness is contagious, and I usually pay it forward to the next person. These random acts of generosity always move me, and I realize the world isn’t entirely heartless.
In 2019, we live in a self-centered age. Everywhere you turn, people are seeking more fame, money, attention, and power. The lust for “more” is insatiable, and sometimes people can be harmed in the process. Continue reading Reflections: The Golden Rule
This morning I had an angel sing to me, and her voice moved me beyond words. The angel’s name was Jessye Norman.
Norman was an international opera superstar, Grammy Award winner, and best known as “one of the great sopranos of the past half-century.” Yesterday, she, sadly, passed away at the age of 74 in Manhattan, New York. According to a statement released by her family, she died of septic shock and multiple organ failure following a spinal cord injury she sustained in 2015. Continue reading The Enchanting Jessye Norman Has Passed Away
Ti amo…je t’aime…ich liebe dich…we know people say, “I love you” in many ways. However, did you know people love differently? According to Dr. Gary Chapman, there are five love languages: Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Receiving Gifts, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch.
By learning and understanding these love language, you can enhance your communication skills and bond with others. That will not only help you in romantic relationships, but it can also improve your interactions with family members, coworkers, or friends. Continue reading The Five Love Languages