Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Challenge of Oneness

The highway billboard stated that the Navy Seals eradicated our enemy abroad and now it was time to get rid of ‘the other’ in Washington. What really disturbed me about the billboard, and what I didn’t understand, was calling the … Continue reading

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Yet Another Reminder to Trust

Something I noticed on a recent work trip to Raleigh was how well things flowed.  I had good weather for most of the four hour drive, traffic was light and the hotel was easy to find. The training was held … Continue reading

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How Our Stories Create Our Experience

My sister, Maria, and I recently reminisced about our dad.  We marveled at the ease with which he learned to use the MP3 player we’d bought him to take to dialysis.  His ease contrasted with my angst about setting the … Continue reading

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Bringing Our Best

My husband Tom and I witnessed a vibrant sunset last week. We felt as if we had caught a great artist using the whole sky as her palette before she drew a dark cloth over her work and hid it … Continue reading

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Teaching What I Need to Learn About Forgiveness

My favorite forgiveness book is John-Roger’s Forgiveness: The Key to the Kingdom.  John-Roger says we don’t forgive another; we forgive ourselves for a skewed perspective on the situation.  His bottom line is that we need to forgive ourselves for forgetting … Continue reading

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