Daily Meditations

Buddhist Monk in Mountains

She Made a Good Call

November 21, 2019

Corinne Edwards looked at her watch, then shrugged her shoulders and began interviewing her first guest. His name was Larry Dossey. He was a doctor who had written about the power…

A Curious Table

November 20, 2019

A single parent, Don had recently moved to a small town in the middle of nowhere after finishing raising his daughter and finding himself in an empty nest. He had met…

They Dug Deeper

November 19, 2019

Marge Rieder, Ph.D., a hypnotherapist in Lake Elsinore, California—the small town where I skydive—began to put a puzzle together one ordinary day in 1986. She was working with a client, Maureen…

Staying on Track

November 18, 2019

“There’s a rhythm and an order to life,” a friend said. “We don’t always like it. But the order doesn’t much care whether we like it or not.” Joe and I…

He Wanted to Make Amends

November 17, 2019

He paced back and forth in his studio apartment, thinking back, trying to recall. Things had gotten so fuzzy over the years. Drinking had complicated his memory. At least he was…

Her Halo Fell Off

November 16, 2019

Samantha and her brand-new husband left church and went to the restaurant. It wasn’t her first marriage; it wasn’t his, either. He had wanted her to visit the church he attended.…

Mommy Dearest

November 15, 2019

The telephone rang. Jackie answered the call. It was her sister. She got right to the point: “I’m just calling to let you know Mom died in her sleep last…

He Got Even

November 14, 2019

At first Carl was numb. Then he felt hurt. Then all he wanted was revenge. Mark was his friend. His business partner. Carl had trusted him. And Mark had just…

She Blamed Herself

November 13, 2019

Tina listened to the news broadcast on the drive to work. “And the State Department of Transportation is reporting that it will take approximately one year to repair the damage to…

She Called the Law

November 12, 2019

Sophie stood in her friend’s kitchen. Last weekend’s events had been too much. Maybe if she explained it to someone else, she could understand it herself. “I cannot believe what happened,”…