Monthly Archives: July 2010

“Life’s Too Short–And Life’s Too Long”

life’s too short & life’s too long 072510 I love the title of this song by Daniel Nahmod. Life is too short–and too long–to live in scarcity and lack. The truth is that we came here to have it all. … Continue reading

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The Last Cookie

You might have seen the new television commercial for Keebler cookies. A girl and her younger sister come home from school, and head for the kitchen, where there is a package of cookies in the cupboard. The older girl reaches … Continue reading

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The Virtue of Hard Work

The Virtue of Hard Work If you were with me on Sunday, you know that we talked about deciding to live richly, from Raymond Charles Barker’s book The Power of Decision. To me this has less to do with a … Continue reading

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Cleaning Out Our Closets

Alan Alda said “you have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition. What you’ll discover will be wonderful. What you’ll discover will be yourself.” If you were with me on Sunday, you … Continue reading

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“Coming Out to Ourselves”

coming out to ourselves 071810 So many of us have something in the back of our “closets” that we want and need to keep a secret. An old hurt, a regret, an experience we judged as a failure. As long … Continue reading

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Choosing Lightheartedness

In Egypt, the story is told in hieroglyphics of the pharaoh on the day of his last judgment. He stands before the 40 judges and his heart is weighed against a feather on a balance scale. If his heart is … Continue reading

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In Search of Courage

You may remember the Lion’s journey to Oz in order to find courage, in The Wizard of Oz. What he found, of course, was that he already had everything he needed within him. Sometimes we are tempted to look outside … Continue reading

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