For a mother and child, love is the unshakable foundation.

Imagine what would happen if we applied foundational love elsewhere. What if we felt that same bond, with strangers, neighbors, colleagues, and even adversaries. When love is the foundation, we see ourselves reflected in the others eyes. Love teaches us to be kinder and softer. It guides our actions so we become more fair and compassionate.

So when there is tension, but when love is present there is also respect and openness and understanding. Even amid friction there is peace; amid discord there is humanity.

So today as you cross paths with your fellow human beings, let love be the foundation. Whether or not there is friendship or agreement or understanding, let there be love.

Tamara Levitt

It’s Happening Again.

Any fans of Twin Peaks out there? Yes, of course there are.  I can hear you from here in the RVA. David Lynch’s sci-fi / thriller / cop drama in the absurd attracted a loyal cult following in the mid 80’s.  Many Friday nights you were left scratching your head wondering what had just happened. […]

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How to handle tricky ones

Jacquie and I are sitting on the couch howling at Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson in The Internship. The question they are asked during their video interview is this: “You are shrunken down to the size of nickels and dropped to the bottom of a blender. What do you do?” Googlers themselves are appalled at this […]