Monthly Archives: September 2016

(#331) Quieting The Mind

My goal is to quiet the restless mind briefly now and then build to a more sustained practice later.  I have had an on-again/off-again affair with meditation. I’ve read about its benefits. Talked with people who have practiced and praised … Continue reading

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(#330) I Saw Two Kids Playing

Every step of the journey does not need a checklist. I saw two kids playing on the beach. A simple scene with important subtext. Like most children, they remind us about the importance of: No checklists I did not notice a … Continue reading

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(#329) Textured, Colored And A Bit Off-Center

By going a little off-center, we start to see things that can enhance our view. We open ourselves up to larger possibilities and opportunities. Over the past few months, I’ve been dabbling with photography. Having fun, getting creative, learning, and … Continue reading

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(#328) Waiting For A Life Guard?

What have you been fearful of leaping into—but would really like to experience? What are you curious about doing or exploring? As I type this week’s blog post, Hurricane Hermine is about to make a Florida landfall.  Beaches and residents … Continue reading

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