The power of little act of kindness can have a ripple effect to literally in small and big ways change the lives of others. Never underestimate the power of little acts, as those moments can be enough to inspire, to change, to smile – and that, my friends, is pretty incredible.
My perspective on life has been a roller coaster. I've gone from believing "everything happens for a reason" to "life is incredibly cruel and unfair" with thinking life is beautiful to being distraught at its random destruction. While Life is going to throw us curve-balls of blessings and curses, there is one truth that we … Continue reading Active In Happiness
What are you giving up for Lent? It's something that is asked as soon as Catholics get ashes smudged across their forehead on Ash Wednesday. I usually aim for giving up Tim Horton's or Chipotle – since both are my guilty pleasures. Then there's giving up pop or cutting out sweets – the typical Lenten … Continue reading Winning in Lent
I spent this past weekend in Washington, D.C. at the Ignatian Family Teach-In, a conference for Jesuit colleges, universities, and high schools. It was an amazing time to reunite with old friends and have the conversations that have bonded us into a family – how we have been doing and where we hope to be … Continue reading Working for justice