Monthly Archives: October 2014

Not What I Wanted, But Just What I Needed

Last Monday, October 13, we celebrated, or at least acknowledged, Christopher Columbus. Excluding any editorial comment about old Chris and his treatment of the “Indians” (who really were Native Americans–remember, he thought he was in Asia), one has to admit … Continue reading

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From Ordinary to Extraordinary

On Sunday, we finished our work in Tolly Burkan’s book Let It Be Easy: Simple Actions to Create an Extraordinary Life. The premise of the book is that there are four simple points we can use to let it (life) be … Continue reading

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The Experience of My Experience

You might have had a difficult day.  Someone said something at work that really hurt your feelings.  Or a family member said or did something that made you angry.  It’s all their fault, right? NOPE.  The truth, whether we like … Continue reading

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