Breck’s Rules for Life: Observations and Suggestions

It’s graduation time and ceremonies and protocols are dramatically different. As difficult as that is, there is always a silver lining. This time boasts a chance to adapt. A chance to go inward about what the accomplishments have been.To have more of a thoughtful time to look at …
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Moving on or Moving In: Liberation in the time of Coronavirus

There is no redeeming value to suffering. Discomfort yes, but suffering, No.A good deal of suffering comes from indecisiveness. Straddling two sides of a conflict. Vacillating back and forth, looking for signs on which way to go. The signs are always there, it’s that we are …
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Mother’s Day

My relationship with my Mother was complicated, filled with heartbreak, disappointments, violations, and Love. She died when I was 27. She died riddled with cancer, abjectly disappointed with life, and ostensibly alone. It didn’t start out that way, but that’s the way it ended. It has taken …
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Moving on or Moving In

There is no redeeming value to suffering. Discomfort yes, but suffering, No. A good deal of suffering comes from indecisiveness. Straddling two sides of a conflict. Vacillating back and forth, looking for signs on which way to go. The signs are always there, it’s that we are …
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Breck’s Rules for Life: Observations and Suggestions

It’s graduation time and ceremonies and protocols are dramatically different. As difficult as that is, there is always a silver lining. This time boasts a chance to adapt. A chance to go inward about what the accomplishments have been.To have more of a thoughtful time to look at …
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Facing the Music

As mothers and fathers, all we want to do is keep our children safe.  We are always children to someone, regardless of how old we are.  George Floyd’s last word was “Mama”, in hopes that the person who gave him life could save his life. This is heartbreaking …
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