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Posts Tagged ‘Transition’

Letting Go of Dad

My Dad was a talented artist, sports enthusiast, and generally fun-loving guy to be around. I could tell you many funny stories about his lack of direction and getting lost everywhere we went, his soft spot for dogs, reflected by how many visits we made to the Humane Society, and his intense love of ice…

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The High Cost of Chaos

Just when you think the distractions of summer are about over and the economy is turning around, we get another unexpected round of uncertainty and sliding markets.  The fear and panic from all the indecision and volatility is palpable and creates chaos, which never serves because… Chaos is exhausting. Anxiety and fear drain our energy,…

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Transitions

We all know that life is transition, always changing,  just like the seasons.  But sometimes, we forget and need some reminding.  I was reminded yesterday.  One of my first and favorite yoga teachers is moving and taught his last yoga class here.   He is so smart, sweet, and loving, and he showed me the way…

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Keep Walking

A dear friend of mine gave a beautiful Church service last Sunday.  We both began our speaking careers 15 years ago and her path took her to ministerial school, which she graduates this month.  She is one of the most positive, dedicated and talented people I know and her message that evening, titled Keep Walking…

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