Karma and Infertility

a blog by Tami Quinn for FertilityAuthority: September 9, 2010...more

Paying it forward with only 44 cents

When I was four years old, my father had a terrible accident and was in the hospital for months. During that time, complete strangers sent cards and encouragement. My family has never forgotten that kindness....more

Nothing Should Suprise Me By Now...

Whenever I need a jolt of caffeine and am in the area, I frequent a locally owned and operated coffee house. The owner and I went to school together and we always have a nice chats. The other day she proceeds to tell me that her family member tripped and fell over the weekend, get this, at Starbucks! She was there with some friends when she tripped and injured herself (and had to have surgery too!)...more

Karma in the bookstore


The comment made by a doctor of all people made me angry too, people can be so thoughtless. I'm ...more

Never Be Afraid to Take a Risk (even if they laugh at you)

I took part in a live chat this evening with a couple of people that previously I really had considered icons of social media. I  looked up to them and respected their advice. I use the past tense for a reason. During the chat, the main participant who shall remain nameless here (after all I refuse to sink to her (level) repeatedly used the worst kind of profanity and then did her absolute best to shoot down every body’s ideas....more

BlogHerKarma: Kicking Off the Love

'Tis the season for spreading good cheer and good karma gods by thanking the people who've made our lives better, happier, easier, and smarter. A big thank you goes to the BlogHer community. You, and you, and you, and also all of you. Thank you. There are too many of you for me to put on a five thank yous list. There lies the problem, saying thank you is hard because once you start, it's really hard to stop. ...more

I got a little weepy, there. =) 

I like this idea! I think I'll spread the ...more

Give Good Karma: Love Means Never Having To Say Thank You, But Do It Anyway

When we think about karma, we tend to think of a mysterious force that works to bring about positive or negative payback for the things that we do. So it is that we talk about, say, not stealing someone's parking spot because to do otherwise might bring 'bad karma,' or we say things like 'karma's a bitch' when someone else steals that parking spot that we had our eye on. Which is to say, really, that karma is maybe just another way of talking about the so-called Golden Rule: do unto others as you would have them do unto you. ...more

I am most thankful for my parents who had given me all my needs since I was born, though they ...more

The Message in Your Way

Today i would like to address you, the parent, the caregiver, the person who carries the burden on your shoulders of a child out of sync with the universe. How do you handle the day to day grind of helping your child fit in and understand this world that is so alien to them. How do you teach them what it takes to belong and what it takes to just be happy in life?...more

Karma for Bloggers

The Golden Rule Still Applies... I have always been a big believer in karma, the golden rule, or whatever you choose to call it. Basically I try hard to put forth the same kind of energy that I hope to receive back from the world around me. I know this may sound idealistic, but hey that's how I roll. I ...more