Misha Crews

Stories from the heart. Books that feel like home.

“Choose to be optimistic, it feels better.” – His Holiness the Dalai Lama Here’s my deep thought for the week: We live in turbulent times. Sometimes it can even feel irresponsible to be happy, when there is so much bitterness and pain in the world. But true optimists aren’t “head-in-the-clouds dreamers.” They are boots-on-the-ground, eyes-on-the-prize …

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Christmas is almost upon us (Heaven help my pocketbook!), and I am finally starting to feel the spirit of it. The lights and music and the smell of gingerbread remind me how it felt to be a child. And that reminded me of this wonderful quote from Einstein. There are a few different version of …

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Today we reflect, with gratitude, on the life and lessons of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., one of history’s greatest humanitarians. Dr. King committed his life to bringing grace, peace and freedom to our young and violent country. He saw the best in humanity; he knew that we can be better and kinder, that we …

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