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REST IN PEACE

The following is for my fellow yogis AKA Love Warriors in teacher training with me at Power Yoga of Cape Cod (even if you aren’t a yogi there is value in reading the post!) Fellow yogis, calling hours will be held tomorrow at 8:30 am in Dennisport, MA followed by a celebration of life at 9:15 am led by Jill Abraham. For the past 7 months we have witnessed death and may I say it has been absolutely beautiful. We have held space for one another, quietly watching as masks have been removed and buried; as lies have been laid to rest; and as old ways of being slowly fade away just like  ...

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A LESSON OF VALUE

What do you do for work? Sound familiar? How many times do we ask others this question? How many times have you been asked? When I worked at New England Organ Bank as a donation coordinator I used to joke that someday I was going to respond that I was a “button pusher.” It was challenging to describe all the facets of the role. One “task” I was responsible for was allocating precious life saving organs. This is done electronically with 1 simple push of a button. Hence the idea to say I was a “button pusher.” I was deeply affected by my work with the New  ...

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Chocolate, coconut, or nougat?

Forrest Gump wasn’t kidding. Life IS like a box of chocolates. So how did I get here? How did I arrive at this point in my life? As I spent time reflecting about this today, I felt a warm smile spread across my face. I started a blog back in 2007 so that my family & friends could follow my 2nd Ironman journey. It was then I discovered a love for writing and I just kept blogging away. Never in my wildest dreams, would I have known how much writing would play such an important part of my life. The following is an excerpt I wrote in December 2012 from my blog Anything Is Possible:  ...