Find Your Truth by Dr. Arthur Caliandro
Posted on October 28, 2007 by Arthur Caliandro

Here's a question I have heard from many people over the years: what do you do when you are a mature adult working in a profession at which you are performing well, are liked and respected, yet at which you feel incomplete, and even misplaced? Deep down you just know you are supposed to be doing something else, and you sense your life will be fulfilled only when that intuition is acted upon.

Simple Words, Blessed Effect by Dr. Arthur Caliandro
Posted on October 14, 2007 by Arthur Caliandro

There are two words in the vocabulary of living that ennoble and ease all human interaction. Without them, the world would be a cold and harsh place. They are “thank you.”

Every time the words thank you are spoken, at least two people benefit: the person who expresses thanks, and the one who is thanked.

Take It One Day at a Time by Arthur Caliandro
Posted on October 7, 2007 by Arthur Caliandro

I once heard the story of a tourist visiting a cathedral where an artisan was working on a huge mosaic. A vast empty wall was before the artist, and the tourist asked, “Aren’t you worried about all that space that you need to fill up and how you will ever finish it?”