I am a holistic divorce lawyer who believes that divorce can be a catalyst for an extraordinary life. Like any traumatic event, we need to release the need to blame others or criticize ourselves, and be willing to see the lesson that is waiting for us. That is the gift.
I think it great that you take a holistic approach to your work! Lawyers often get a bad rap but I'm sure you will help to change that. Now if we could just get the justice system to do the same.
I hope to be facilitating workshops on Great Peacemakers and creating Peace in the world. Most of the curriculum will be from material and books by Coleman McCarthy. If you have any Peaceful divorce stories to share, I'd like to hear them. Keep up the great work!
Sorry about that! Jimmy's one of the men we "allow" into the group, and the 2 of us have been batting ideas back and forth. We're both terrible typists, so - to save extra work - we've worked out this standard letter and - as I say - pass it back and forth. I was too lazy to notice that i sent you that last comment before I changed his signature for mine...
Your job sounds very positive. Divorces slide so easily into antagonism, resentment, hate, and cutting-off-my-nose-to-spite-your-face. so what you give is really worthwhile. And, as you say, a gift.
I would like to invite you to join a new group on MyPeace.tv: ♥ ♥ ♥ PEACE ♥ for ♥ Women ♥
It is a group open to both women and men, but with an emphasis on women's issues
within the Peace movement.
I have decided to invite 2 dozen women (out of the 1414 on myPeace.tv - compared to
933 men) to look at the group's page, and decide if you'd like to join. And ask you
- whether or not you decide to join yourself - to pass the message on to all your
friends... men and (especially) women.
"Why should there be hunger and deprivation in any land, in any city, at any table, when man has the resources and the scientific know-how to provide all mankind with the basic necessities of life?" ~Martin Luther King, Jr.