Beyond writing books and giving presentations, Azim loves to stay committed to his work as a writer. Every month he publishes a newsletter in which he follows his “Musings” and answers a Question of the Month. The topics range from his expertise in peacebuilding and forgiveness to seasonal topics such as New Year’s mission statements to the rebirth of spring, leadership near elections, gratitude in the fall and more. Here you can find the archive of his newsletters for your reading enjoyment.
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Happy March! I am elated to share with you that my spring virtual conference is just a few weeks away and we still have space for you. This month’s newsletter looks at the less talked about behind-the-scenes testimonials and magic that manifests because of the practice of forgiveness. Over the years of doing this work, I have…Read More
As we acclimate to the new year, with many changes and unknowns still ahead, it is important that we continue our journey towards further developing our resiliency muscle. We all have had to navigate the last twelve months (and counting!), and as a result, have become resilient in the face of some very difficult times…Read More
Having negotiated a difficult 2020, it is essential to start 2021 with a different attitude. An attitude of HOPE. Hope for a better world – one that is inclusive, compassionate, and in service of each other and humanity as a whole. One of the single and most profound attributes of America is that it is…Read More
As 2020 closes, I am reminded of the adage, “the Lord works in mysterious ways.” COVID has struck some 65 million people around the globe and claimed 1.5 million deaths. This is a tragedy, and many of the deaths were frontline workers who cared unselfishly for infected patients. My heart goes out to the many…Read More
As we get settled into a new chapter in American history (with a record turnout of voters!) it is important to look at the new kind of leaders we need to heal and unify our very divided and fragmented country. Obviously, the election was a roller-coaster of emotions for most of us. Some of us…Read More
The one constant in life is change. The winds of autumn signal to our bodies that a shift is coming. Fall changes are visible all around in the dropping of leaves, technicolor trees, October berries, and fresh seeds. Aligning with Mother Nature’s seasonal rhythms puts you in the flow of life. Fall, in the Northern Hemisphere,…Read More
In the pandemic world, we are fortunate to have technology that can help us connect not only with our family and friends through social media but to a much larger pool of subject matter experts worldwide. With the internet and technologies like Zoom and other group sharing programs, we can be connected to a support…Read More
QUESTION OF THE MONTH What is the FIRST step to forgiving yourself? The first step to forgiving yourself is to take responsibility for your action. Often, we blame others for our misgivings. Bad parenting, tough circumstances, unfortunate life cycle, the unfairness of life, and a million other excuses. It takes courage to admit that you were…Read More
Dear Friend, Happy August! I am happy to share that I recently enjoyed some R & R with a friend at Lake Arrowhead and hope you, too, have found some semblance of a relaxing summer. It is so important to take care of ourselves! Relaxing in nature and visiting with family are two great ways…Read More
QUESTION OF THE MONTH How Do You Know if You are Holding on to Negative Emotions? Surprisingly I get asked this a lot and people often uncover hidden emotions like anger, resentment, guilt, and shame through participating in my workshops and conferences. In fact, in my recent Master Series there were a few participants that…Read More