Your Voice, Your Choice, Your Ceremony

One of the best parts of being a celebrant is the variety of people I work with across a wide range of special ceremonies, rites, and rituals. Here’s a small sample of the milestones I have helped people honor in the past two years: • Officiated at four weddings in...

The Parable of the Pencil

I spoke at a caregiver conference a few years ago, and after I had finished, some of the audience came up to chat with me.  One of them was an elderly man who waited patiently while holding a folded paper in his hands.  I learned that he was a retired minister who had...

Things Are Only Impossible Until They Are Not

With due deference to Jean-Luc Piccard, Captain of the Starship Enterprise who said that line, try and wrap your head around the words in my title.  If you are like me, and many of my friends, colleagues and clients, you have probably told yourself at least a few...

Growing Older Gracefully

The word “graceful” means “characterized by beauty of form, manner, movement, or speech.”  Those who age gracefully share an attitude and behaviors that are admirable, pleasing, and elegant to themselves and others.  Here are three traits they have in common: A spirit...

To Be or Not To Be: A Flip of the Coin

A friend called last week and expressed frustration about a key career decision she has been weighing for months.  The question was this: Should she invest the time and money it takes to formally study to become an ordained minister, or not? Obviously, there were pros...
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