Tag Archive 'happiness'
Juliana Breines is a doctoral candidate at the University of California, Berkeley. She writes for the blog Psych Your Mind, where she wrote a post called Five Ways to ease your envy. As part of the Happiness 101 series I thought it might be good to look at things that get in the way of […]
I found a list of quotes about happiness recently while wandering aimlessly around the Internet. Happiness has always been a subject that has fascinated me. As a deacon in a busy parish, I have been privileged to be able to celebrate with over 500 families the baptism of their children. The Rite of Baptism starts […]
Actually as it turns our millions end up watching this guy and his wife. If you just want to smile then sit back and watch this video right to the end! Life is short- sing like no one is watching.
This video is a bit on the long side at 16 minutes and might be viewed by some as edgy but young John Styn makes a great point which is that life is about gratitude the realization that each of us can make a difference. What also impressed me about the video is how John […]
Please excuse me if I delve into a personal reflection on the occasion of the Grey Cup win of the Toronto Argonauts. For visitors from different parts of the globe, the Grey Cup is the Canadian equivalent of the NFL Super Bowl played for less money perhaps but no less honour. While I may be […]
Posted in Homilies, Reflections from the Pulpit - Wandering with Deacon Mike on Jul 16th, 2012
We have left behind the liturgical seasons of Lent (Purple), Easter & Solemnities (White) and Pentecost (Red), and we find ourselves back, as the Irish like to say, to the wearing of the green of Ordinary time. What happens during these most ordinary of times? One answer to this question is that it is in […]
Posted in Reflections from Fellow Wanderers on May 10th, 2012
Below is a brief biography of one of my favorite philosophers- Theodor Seuss Geisel or as he is better known, Dr. Seuss. This is from a young guest blogger who delivered this as a speech to her elementary grade school. Long live Dr. Seuss and his cast of crazy characters. Dr.Seuss: Short Bio and Tribute […]
On this Easter Sunday I am reflecting on life, death and new life. It has been a busy and hectic week. In the church business this is the big one. It begins with Holy Thursday, Good Friday, which included a powerful evening celebration of the Way of the Cross with the Good Thief at the […]
I was listening to Krista Tippet, the host of the radio show On Being, and she had Sylvia Boorstein as her guest . Sylvia is a celebrated Jewish-Buddhist teacher and psychotherapist, mother, and grandmother. She is delightful as well as insightful and if you would like to read or listen to the entire interview please […]
Ok I know it’s “cute” guys but that is what Valentine’s Day is all about. Cute Post-It Love Story! from hulahan on GodTube.com.