Today’s post is by my amazing friend, Jocelyn. I am so thankful to her for sharing her wisdom and her heart with us. If you’re anything like me you ended 2019 with a list of goals you wanted to accomplish, things you were looking forward to, and a sense of hope that the dawn of continue reading »

As Time Goes By . . .

Thanks to Facebook memories I realized that this past week was my sixth anniversary with the Boston Faith & Justice Network.  It’s not that I didn’t know I have been around for about that amount of time and that I started somewhere around September, but to see the specific memory and read my excited post about continue reading »

The Gratitude-Generosity Loop

“What if life itself was meant to be one long alleluia moment?” –Sister Joan Chittister Apparently, gratitude is powerful. So powerful, in fact, that researchers say keeping a gratitude journal for two weeks can positively affect your outlook for months. Choosing to be grateful can alleviate anxiety and depression, or improve physical health. Gratitude can continue reading »