Whenever we create change in our life, it’s likely we have to say goodbye to a number of things to which we have become very attached. At the end of last year, we said goodbye to the flat in England we had grown to love and to everything that went with it — the beautiful . . .
The more technology shrinks and connects our world, the more we are confronted with challenges that we have to deal with, almost on a daily basis. As I watch it all unfold, I will be inspired from time to time, to focus attention on and share with you how my Radical Living Strategies can help all of us meet our challenges with greater ease and compassion. My hope is that these offerings give you the insight you need to create the peaceful, fulfilling life you desire.
I want to thank all of you who found the time to leave a comment about my Cancer in the White House blog, including the one that told me to go f__k myself and go live in another country.
Only 55 people unsubscribed which is less than .002% of my list. I wish them luck . . .
Continuing on the theme of thankfulness post-Thanksgiving Day, I think you have probably heard me say that I am grateful for the cancer that has taken up residence in my rectum and threatens my life. Not for the cancer itself, I hasten to add, but for the lessons I am learning from the experience of . . .
I was just about to write a message about Thanksgiving and what appeared in my inbox from Marcia Jameson, of Creative Conversations, Colorado, was so beautiful and apt that I felt that nothing I could write could be as good as this. I asked her permission to share it with you and everyone on our . . .
Nine years ago, after having spent all our 25 years of marriage living in the Atlanta area, we decided to split our time and live one half of every year in the States and the other half in England. That way I could easily work in Europe, spend time with my children and reconnect with . . .
I think this a fair question? Well, it is patently true if we interpret BS as “Belief system.” But it might equally be accurately described as BS where that infers, rather impolitely and in questionable taste perhaps, that there is no truth to it whatsoever.
I agree with both interpretations. When I model Radical Forgiveness diagrammatically . . .
I expect you’ve been wondering how I have been doing since being in England from the middle of July onwards. Well, other than learning how to deal with a stoma, I have been feeling very well, enjoying a good appetite and maintaining my weight at 159 pounds. That is 30 pounds lighter than when I . . .
I have a couple of bits of news to share, one part of which concerns my cancer journey and the other one is about a dramatic decision we have made about our future.
First, I am pleased to say I am feeling well and that subsequent to using the CellSonic machine I am completely free of . . .
Much of what I want to say I shared on Facebook Live last Thursday at the usual time of 4:30. However, I know many people don’t look at Facebook much, so I want to repeat it here, if only because I want to make sure everyone knows how grateful we are for all your kind . . .
It has been many months since I attempted to send any kind of blog or message to you and the whole group. If you have been a member of the Colin’s Wellness Journal Facebook group, you will have been receiving periodic updates on my cancering journey and will understand why I have focused all my . . .