Entries by Terri Klein

Terri’s May Blog

  The “Ultimate Classroom”   This past week was the culmination of my New Science of Happiness six-week interactive workshop and what a gift this workshop has been for me. I was given the opportunity to teach and learn from eight phenomenal women—at last, my “ultimate classroom.”   In 1992 I graduated from Teacher’s College, […]

Terri’s March Blog

  Ego Attack   Buddha said, “Your worst enemy cannot harm you, as much as your own thought…unguarded.”   Given my current understanding of the power of the mind, I could not agree more with this phrase. What I am going to do is to expand upon this concept and relate it to an “ego […]

Terri’s February Blog

  Forever Incomplete   Have you ever loved a phrase enough to want to use it, surround yourself with it, and try to live by it? Being that I am an avid reader and writer, I often annotate text and highlight my favorite words and concepts. They frequently inspire new poems and workshops. When something […]

Choose “Sustainable Happiness”

In the middle of my poem entitled Chasing Time I write: We overschedule our children, and work ourselves into the ground, and this becomes our badge of honor that we so proudly carry around. It ‘s our default mode, to chase time, for we know no other way. It’s even taboo to talk about the […]