The first time I landed in New York City, it was a shivering Monday in January 2002.
Deepak Chopra Has a Special Message For Every Questioning and Suffering Heart.
Tragedy had casted its unmerciful net, and on the first Father's Day since our lives were forever changed, it was still looming over us.
Inside of a 7,500-square-foot facility located in a suburb of Nashville, Tenn., there lies a wellness empire – home to one of the fastest-growing companies in the United States, and production headquarters to videos that collect millions of Youtube clicks, comments and shares from all corners of the globe.
Comparison and loneliness have always been devils, but each are now more prevalent than ever. Because what social media reveals is seldom real.
Stop with the rotten tomato bits, already.
Yes, transformation is possible.
Wasn't their venomous hatred a slap in the face to the savior they bowed their heads and wore their Sunday best for?
Prepare to become hopelessly entrenched in its drama (and, learn a thing or two about the how the war shaped everything from accessories to silhouettes).
I wanted her more than I wanted to be an affluent author. I wanted her more than I wanted romantic love. I wanted her more than I wanted to someday become a mother myself, in fact. It was the single most cavernous source of pain in my life.
I thought they were all lying - the devotees who sang like canaries in praise of the concoction. But, I was wrong. Read on for why...