Articulate Gratitude

If you get a second chance after a traumatic period in life, or a third chance after making too many mistakes, or a fourth chance after a lot of heartache, those are real reasons to be grateful for. Sometimes they aren’t easy to put in words, because those experiences are monumental and rich in emotion,Continue reading “Articulate Gratitude”

Knowing It and Knowing About It: the Nonverbal and the Verbal

The less mysterious it is, the easier you can talk about it. But life without mystery is an illusion, merely a head trip. And love without mystery, are you kidding me, can that even be called love? And so what is most precious to us can not be (fully) put in words. Even the bestContinue reading “Knowing It and Knowing About It: the Nonverbal and the Verbal”