Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Economics of Well Being

Wisconsin Public radio broadcasted a program called The Economics of Well Being. I loved the title and the content didn’t disappoint. The hosts interviewed four economists.  One of the interviews was with the authors of Rethinking Money: How New Currencies Turn … Continue reading

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Synchronicity as reminder

Rev. Margaret, the minister at Unity of Myrtle Beach, seldom misses an opportunity to remind the congregation to take a deep breath.  Usually she instructs us to take a deep breath when she’s challenged us in her Sunday message to … Continue reading

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Is your personal emissions sticker current?

My 80-year-old mentor and friend Rosa said she had to make sure her personal emissions sticker was current before she went out to do errands.  “What’s your personal emissions sticker?” I asked. “I believe that external pollution comes from internal … Continue reading

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Can it be easy?

Recently the minister asked me to deliver the children’s message during the Sunday service.  The guest speaker did not want to do it. I agreed, even though it’s not my favorite thing to do. No matter how well planned, something … Continue reading

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