The Beginning

“In order to escape from prison, one must first understand that one is in prison.“ ~ George Gurdjieff   I am activating my observer, really paying attention to my behaviors, my environment, my thoughts, my beliefs, and appreciating all the things that have fueled or inspired me in the past that may be having a…

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Perspective and Solace

In an interview with TIME Magazine, back in the April 6-13, 2020 issue, Doris Kearns Goodwin, historian and author, was asked six questions about mobilizing business for good, the lack of leadership today and FDR’s lessons for facing the coronavirus. There was a lot of wisdom packed into her succinct responses. It’s worth reading this…

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Welcoming All Of You, As You Are

The crisp, cooler temperatures in the early November morning hours remind me that we are entering the holiday season. It is a time of thanksgiving, of reflection and rebirth. When even here, in the warmer climate of the desert southwest, we long for fires in the fireplace, soft socks and beautiful blankets.  A time when…

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Not Just a Pretty Face

After a friend had to cancel her visit to me for the first week of July, I felt a tug to “fill in the time” with a new plan. I noticed a bit of FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) popping up as everyone I knew seemed to be going somewhere special for the holiday week…

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