These thoughts were written as a reflective point of 2020 with a particular focus upon the Coronavirus to hope that the horrid pandemic will end, amidst much of life’s offerings of feeling grateful and thankful.
As an invitation of hope, faith, peace, joy and birth, I share my first ever advent candles to mark the beginning of the advent season with American Thanksgiving. Please join us in celebration of this beautiful gift of life!
19 years earlier on September 11th, 2001 tragedy struck upon the western civilization and the world with the terrorist attacks of 9/11. On this day we remember the terror, tragedy, the victims and their families who mourn and grieve their loved ones. Your loved ones are also the loved ones of nation, you are notContinue reading “9/11/01.”
Thank you to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception for your virtual and online mass services during the Coronavirus health pandemic.
It it possible? Within these thoughts I reflect upon the offering of religious greetings as a creation of interfaith unity and peace, and question if these create implications especially at the International / Global level where USA Service men and women often pay the ultimate sacrifice at the hands of those that we are offering greetings to. I further posit that peace and diplomacy is possible, often vested within the hands of leaderships, who may or may not possess the synchronous thought.
These thoughts reflect upon the alignment of the thinker, the doer, and the creation of the very same excitement that can be found through the various forms of creativity and innovation.
Our thoughts of love, prayer and support to family, friends, relatives, loved ones and colleagues of Vanessa Guillen. U.S. Army Solider just 20 years young who was reported missing on April 22nd, 2020. Her disappearance has caught national attention. Human remains were found on June 30th, 2020, however; they have yet to be positively identifiedContinue reading “VANESSA GUILLEN.”