Tag Archives: friendship
“If I could wave my magic wand, I’d make everything all right.” A line from the below Rush song, “Presto,” and a sentiment that popped into my head yesterday morning. Ironically, some of the loved ones I’ve thought it about … Continue reading
This morning, I wanted some business advice and knew immediately who to call on. I didn’t hesitate to solicit his input via email. I feel grateful to have him in my life, and certainly not just for such advice.
I would never describe myself as a “glass half full” kind of person. I’m more of a realist. Besides, the entire metaphor is a gross oversimplification. It reminds me of the book “Who Moved My Cheese?” It is such inane … Continue reading
I’m feeling deeply connected to everyone and everything lately. Sorrows of others sadden me, while their joys and successes uplift me. It can get a little tiring, but it’s also fascinating and fun. I suppose it’s a result of those … Continue reading
I recently had a lovely talk with a friend about relationships. She had read my blog, “Upward Spiral: The Amplification of Joy,” and agreed how happiness is contagious. As our conversation progressed, she used the phrase, “Upward Spiral” to describe … Continue reading