Tag Archives: Resilience

SPRING INTO ACTION –Move From What Stops You to What Calls to You!

** What fears or anxieties stop you from moving toward your greatest dreams and aspirations? Are you experiencing “political anxiety?” ** How can you make the shift to Optimism and Action? ** What would your boldest vision for the future … Continue reading

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Your Creative New Year! 2017

Mexican artist Frida Kahlo painted her first significant self-portrait following an accident that nearly killed her. She gave the lovely Italian Renaissance-style painting to her boyfriend so that he would always remember her. This gift to her first love was … Continue reading

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Ontology and the Equinox

The Fall Equinox falls on September 21st, which happens to be my birthday, and it reminds me of several things: First, the equinox represents one of the two times of the year when there is a balance of day and … Continue reading

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Resilience, Responsibility & Faith

Originally Posted on January 24, 2012 by Dr. Gail Feldman “Tomorrow belongs to God….It isn’t the burdens of today that drive men mad, but rather regret over yesterday and the fear of tomorrow.” – Robert J. Hastings 1980 Regret and … Continue reading

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With Resilience It’s Never Too Late

Originally Posted on February 27, 2012 by Dr. Gail Feldman On your road of resilience, it’s never too late to be who you want to be. Yesterday, as part of Black History Month, I had the pleasure of exercising with … Continue reading

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Forgiveness 2- Power of the Heart, Gift to Community

Originally Posted on March 19, 2012 by Dr. Gail Feldman Walter Rosley was seventeen years old when he was rescued from the Nazis.  He’d spent two years in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and was on “The Lost Train,” one of … Continue reading

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Resurrection and Rainbows

Originally Posted on April 16, 2012 by Dr. Gail Feldman This is the season of resurrection and rainbows. This truth came to me after a series of “midlife crashes,” including a divorce after 34 years of marriage, a broken heart … Continue reading

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