“Learn how to die. Then you’ll learn how to live.” My wife gave me a book called “Tuesdays with Morrie.” It’s the wonderful and sad true story of Morrie Schwartz, a sociology professor who was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (“ALS”), also known as “Lou Gehrig’s disease.” It’s a brutal, and terminal, illness of the
Is stop drinking on your New Years’ resolution list? Are you thinking of doing an alcohol-detox like Dry January or have you decided that you need to go alcohol-free and stick to it for good? A lot of people do Dry January, depriving and almost punishing themselves for drinking too much in December, only to
A life like this You don’t want to miss a single second Happy moments beckon By choosing to be free and present You can really lessen “Sleeping ” through the good timesyou could otherwise miss A kind word or gesture, Shared memories,a first kiss It could be a wedding,a play not attended a heart not mendedAs you were far too hungover To make the
Several weeks ago, I began a series of three posts in which I attempted to articulate the reasons why I have been successful on this alcohol free journey (171 days as of today, but who’s counting ?) It happened on a Wednesday morning. I was driving back to the office after a successful breakfast meeting.
“I survived because the fire within me burned brighter than the fire around me.” It really started for me last summer. I was reading a book called “The Miracle Morning.” TMM is all about starting your day with certain exercises (mental and physical) that will shape your day and, by extension, change your habits and