I had the pleasure of touring the Kennedy Space Center recently and I found the entire complex to be a testament to human ingenuity and natural splendor. The feats of derringdo wrought from the various launch pads that dot this stretch of Florida coastline are impressive, and it is hard to imagine a more perfect …
"Power", a haiku by Gregg Hake Summer thunderstorm Roars into life overhead- Power beyond man's
"Honesty's Treasure", a haiku by Gregg Hake Honesty's treasure: Heart and mind in agreement- Let the truth be known.
"Humility", a Haiku by Gregg Hake Humility shines In a world swallowed by pride- Making clear the path
Another Reason to Forgive
There are many reasons why it is important to make forgiveness a regular part of your life, but one that occurred to me recently may not be so obvious. Forgiveness affords you the opportunity to enjoy and appreciate the wonderful qualities of and positive experiences you shared with those who have wronged you. Without forgiveness, …
Most Important Moments
When you look back on your life, would you say that the most important moments were loud, dramatic or did they occur in the quiet times, in the back corners of your mind or in the subtle shifts of heart? I would have to say that on the balance, for me, the most significant times …
Whenever you look to make positive lifestyle changes you must first meet your own internal inertia. Once that is met you must manage the reactions of those around you to that change. Reactions come in many forms, but most reactions boil down to the invisible "pressure wave" that change sends out into the world you …
"The light of love, the purity of grace, The mind, the Music breathing from her face, The heart whose softness harmonised the whole — And, oh! that eye was in itself a Soul!" ― George Gordon Byron Rare in this world are those people who lay bare their soul before you. They have relinquished all …
My sons and I recently met an inspiring gentleman whose enthusiasm for life, passion for his work, and love of people was second to none. He had a knack for making the mundane magical, and for engaging hearts with a bright smile, generous words, and a twinkling eye...all within seconds. George (his name badge indicated) …
Remembering previously encountered life-threatening dangers is a useful survival skill, but tallying and rehashing past injustices will only shorten your lifespan. In this vein, life is a matter of both the survival of the fittest and the most forgiving.