compassion

You are Not Flawed!!!

by Shervin on October 20, 2017

You thoughts and beliefs may be flawed, not you!!! We, all as small children, accept certain thoughts and beliefs. For example, if we heard that our parents were fighting with each other and we head our names, we assumed that we have caused the fight and we were the source of disharmony. This may have […]

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Share Your Smile!

by Shervin on September 10, 2017

The best things are the simplest ones. This includes how we interact with the world. We think we have to donate thousands of dollars to a cause or buy an expensive gift in order to have a significant impact. That is not true. Such thoughts are sabotaging our efforts to do something significant daily. Smiles […]

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The Patient’s House-mates

by Shervin on July 3, 2017

The patient is living with her house-mates, in a secure, big, fancy yellow house. The care-givers are mostly from Africa, kind, tough, passionate and greeting each other with hugs and kisses. Danny, the cat, is keeping calm in the chaotic house as an under-cover healer. The occupants, those who cannot walk, collectively sitting in a room watching sitcoms. Nobody […]

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Demented Love

by Shervin on May 12, 2013

Over 5.3 million people are diagnosed with dementia in the US and over 24 million worldwide.  These numbers may mean nothing to us unless we personally experience the impact this dis-ease has on the people around us. My mother has symptoms of dementia.  One of the most difficult things to do is to stand by […]

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