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Love Letter from White Sulphur Springs

By Jace Bandalin Once I’ve made my way across the winding backroads of Saint Helena, through the twisting forest trees and past the shops on Main Street, I park my car in the lot, having arrived [...]

My Three Least-Favorite Words

“I need help.” By Andy Milberg I’ve really hated admitting that to myself in the past. It meant there was something wrong with me. I should be able to figure out how to resolve [...]

My Heart Opened My Mind

My heart opened my mind and my mind opened to the universe… By Roxanne Joffe I was floating in the COVID bubble for several months, insisting that I was a poster child of isolation. There were [...]

Quadrinity Care During COVID-19

By Tami Tack Like most everyone, I have found it challenging to maintain a sense of well-being during this extended time of COVID-19. With the added global awakening to the systemic racism that [...]

Tiger

By Dan Hoffe I realize now, That I’ve lived most of my life, Trying my best, To cover up, And hide my inner light, To never let anyone see inside, To never let anyone find out, How truly [...]

Having Hope

By Shawn McAndrew At the Hoffman Institute, our focus is on change. But to get to that change, we need a good dose of having hope. Lately I’ve been thinking about hope in the face of all the [...]

Identifying Fears

One of the first steps in controlling our Dark Side is by identifying fears. Fears, unless identified and faced, will continue to steer our lives in a direction that avoids the life we have [...]

Now Is the Time …

By Roxanne Joffe “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be [...]

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