A few days ago, when I was already halfway to work, I realized that I had forgotten to pick up something my boss had asked me to bring that morning. She was waiting for me to arrive with it, and I knew that turning around
Grace comes in many shapes and sizes. It carries many meanings, all of which resonate within us as the same. It can be defined as “elegance or beauty of form, manner, motion, or action”. It can mean “to favor or honor”, “moral strength” or “mercy”.
Socrates once boldly said that the unexamined life is not worth living. This is a profound notion, and one that speaks many truths to us today. Living an examined life is important; it’s what spurs on growth! We should be always reflecting on our goals,
They say that familiarity breeds contempt but who are “they” anyway? According to the Greek, familiarity breeds our third type of love, “Storge,” generally defined as “fondness through familiarity, especially between family members.”
I was blessed to grow up in a large 7-person family on a