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Monthly Archives: November 2015
This week, thanks to an owl, I will leave you with many more questions than answers. In our garage, I keep a shelf of baseball caps. While my favorite and often-worn choice is my New York Yankees hat, I often … Continue reading
For me, comparatory suffering creates its own issues. My suffering is mine. Yours is yours. Does it really help to compare it to someone or something else— while denying the feelings in front of you? You’ve heard them. Probably have … Continue reading
Be curious about your inspiration…curiosity will lead to your passion. In June of this year, I treated myself to a four-day solo retreat. I spent those days reacquainting myself with a manuscript I had written fifteen years ago. Fifteen years! … Continue reading
“The trap we fall into is trying to tell people how life-changing our widget is. If it changes their lives, we won’t have to tell them.” –Bernadette Jiwa Prior to working with any audience, I invest a number of hours … Continue reading