Our Deepest Fear (ASL Version)

    Some of you may already be familiar with Marianne Williamson’s poem “Our Deepest Fear.” This is an ASL (sign language) version of it performed by my boyfriend Mark Brudney and Deborah Cole Micek.            Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we... Continue Reading →

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A Lesson in Unity

  When it comes to defending your own nobody knows this better than animals. I would like you to watch this video called “Battle at Kruger.”           First, you are witnessing the battle between the lions and the crocodile for the baby buffalo. Just when you think the lions won their... Continue Reading →

The Pursuit of Perfection

This blog is dedicated to all the women in the world. In our pursuit for perfection, we spend so much time trying to change, enhance, improve or modify our physical appearance without realizing that true beauty comes from within. We are our worst critics when it comes to the way we look. We focus all... Continue Reading →

Qualities of Good Guys

Note to the reader: This is one of my very first blogs I wrote dating back to 2007. At the time I was a single woman and I had yet to meet the wonderful man in the picture below. His name is Mark and I am proud to say he possesses many of the characteristics... Continue Reading →

The Message – a poem

      Tonight I am writing not as Zoe but as a messenger who was inspired to simply open a blank page and begin typing. I did not plan to write the words that will follow. I even don't know what those words will be yet. I have no clue why it's happening so... Continue Reading →

Expectations – a poem

          People often ask me, aren't your expectations of others too high. Perhaps, I answered.   I Ask them to enrich my life without offering me wealth. I Ask them to give me their unconditional acceptance without manipulating me. I Ask them to communicate to my soul without speaking a word.... Continue Reading →

The Talent Within

    Within each one of us there is a special talent waiting to be born at any time. Some of us are even aware of their talent and have been thinking about it for a long time. Sadly, doubt and fear of rejection have suppressed our desire to express that talent and over time... Continue Reading →

Apathy

    As I grow older I've changed my perception of people with different opinions than mine. I used to get upset when someone disagreed with me. Sometimes I spent hours of energy and effort trying to convince them in the rightfulness of my argument. Today I praise and respect people with different opinions even... Continue Reading →

The Key to Changing Others

    Could the key to changing others be unconditional love? Is it possible to transform someone without intentionally trying to change them? We know how hard it is for us to change let alone ask another grown adult to do the same. Perhaps next time instead of asking for change tell the person that... Continue Reading →

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