DAILY THOUGHT2020-06-26T01:28:26+00:00

DAILY THOUGHT

Judging Shaming Blaming

By |July 25th, 2020|Categories: Daily Thought|

I see so much judging, shaming, and blaming. Why?  I suppose there are lots of reasons.  Humans want to be right.  It feels good to be right.  We want to be on the "good" side of things.  We want to show that we know right from wrong.  We love pointing out [...]

What Kids Need Now Most Of All.

By |June 5th, 2020|Categories: Daily Thought|

A few weeks ago I asked a question on social media.  What do kids need now most of all?  I wanted to provoke thought for people of how they can support kids through the isolation of this crazy time we are in.  I asked the question before a police officer knelt [...]

My Greatest Hug

By |May 26th, 2020|Categories: Daily Thought|

You would think it is a strange time to be writing or talking about hugging.  Obviously there is not a great deal of hugging taking place right now with all this social distancing.  It has made me reflect back on the great hugs I have been the receiver of.  That means [...]

Clearing Your Head

By |May 19th, 2020|Categories: Daily Thought|

There are lots of ways to clear your head.  Meditation is the first one that comes to mind for me.  Prayer also works for me and I hope it does for you as well.  Talking through a problem or situation with someone else can also give us great clarity.  I am [...]

Are You Asking the Right Questions?

By |May 14th, 2020|Categories: Daily Thought|

Our lives have been turned upside down.  Some people are struggling with the new normal.  I am not immune to this struggle.  Sometimes I think I live in a bubble in New York and that is why I love traveling across the country so much.  I get to make friends and [...]

Writing Letters for Students and Teachers

By |May 8th, 2020|Categories: Daily Thought|

Last week a teacher reached out to me about her students.  She was having trouble connecting with them and engaging them through virtual learning platforms.  She is a teacher of hearing impaired students.  After I read her note all I could think of was "write to them".  Don't write them an [...]