Archive for May 2013

Letters Across time, Stephen Paul Chong

May 21st, 2013 | By

A journey of enlightenment It is a great paradox of life that it generally takes a crisis of some magnitude for us to make significant changes for our betterment. It requires that we receive a ‘hammer blow’ in order for us to change the things that are demonstrably not working or are decidedly uncomfortable in

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From Neediness to Fulfillment – Miriam Subirana

May 17th, 2013 | By

Beyond Relationships of Dependence Today we co-exist with diverse models of partnerships and family relationships. The grandparents—or the great-grandparents—who have always lived together. The separated parents. Young people who have brief flings with one another without commitment. Some people want to reproduce the grandparents’ model: it seems more secure. Others opt for solitude as their

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