February 1, 2018 Cafecito Break

“In Western Civilization, our elders are books.” ― Gary Snyder, The Practice of the Wild: Essays The stories and memories we reach for in the end are so different that the ones we reach for when we have our loved ones in our day to day lives. This moment is precious… Share it with presence!

November 20, 2017 Cafecito Break

“In the sweetness of friendship let there be laughter, and sharing of pleasures. For in the dew of little things the heart finds its morning and is refreshed.” ~ Khalil Gibran Rosangel and Ruthie invite you to grab your cup of warmth and join us for this heart warming conversation about the lil things, the disease of being busy, and the importance of making time in your schedule for the things that matter. be a part of the conversation… share your thoughts/questions with us using the form below. [ninja_form id=9]

June 20, 2017 Cafecito Break

Living with the regret of knowing you could have shown up for love and didn’t is painful. Some of my best friends are Seniors. I learn so much from the stories they share with me. On their top lists of regrets and coulda shoulda’s are things like realizing after the fact that they should have been more present for their families. In their present moment, many of them feel lonely and alone, but more so than that, they mourn for the society they witness. They mourn the disconnection from the family and the lack of appreciating the simple and natural. …