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Archive for October, 2010

Podcast with Justine Toms of New Dimensions Café on The Power of Hearing a Good Story with Terry

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

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Women’s Eye: Interview with Terry

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

Terry Laszlo-Gopadze is a licensed marriage and family therapist who’s compiled a fascinating collection of stories about empowerment and inspiration.

Her new book “The Spirit of a Woman” features women from all walks of life who, as Terry writes, have the inner spirit to face challenges and to go “into the dark and emerge with compassion and truth.”

I met Terry and four of these special  women at Book Passage in Northern California where they all did a signing.   They shared their stories with incredible honesty and enthusiasm.

“Great women came into my life and mentored me and they have helped me find many ways to heal my body, mind and spirit. Hopefully, I can pass it on to others.”       Terry Laszlo-Gopadze

Terry spent 10 years searching for the women in her book.  After reading their tales, I had to ask Terry how she found these unique personalities and what she’s learned from hearing their courageous voices…  Continue reading →


Honoring Our Elders

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

Pop and JanetHere’s a daughter-father present you may not have thought of. Janet Riehl’s father turns 95 this November. To honor him she’s created an annual Second Mile Award. The holder of the 2010 award receives a $500 honorarium, a certificate, and publication on Riehlife of the nomination essay.

The deadline for nomination essays is November 9, 2010. The Second Mile Award  honors Elders 75 years and older whose dignity, character, creativity, and connection to community have quietly contributed to the world around them.

To find out how to nominate an Elder, learn more about the award, the meaning of the Second Mile, and Erwin A. Thompson’s life go to this link: http://www.riehlife.com/this-site-2.

What better way to voice the Village Wisdom for the 21st Century that Riehl Life is dedicated to?

Janet Grace Riehl is a contributor to The Spirit of a Woman: Stories to Empower and Inspire. Her story is entitled ‘Sliding Glass Door’ and reminds us of the importance of friendship and sharing our history. www.riehlife.com

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“The Spirit of a Woman” book signing at The Grove, San Diego, CA

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

The Spirit of a Woman Available at:
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