“Trust me…”

Issue 12:  April 2016 There are some people whom you would trust with just about anything….others, not so much. The folks whose decision-making skills you worry about the most could be anyone in your life: An employee (think shipment of 10 live mice to the office and not 10 mouse pads); a spouse (think get-rich-quick llama […]
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A Birthday Dare!

            Today is my birthday!   As the moon makes its transition to the state of being fully illuminated, I will move into another year with a fervent prayer for my own illumination about the paths I must follow. One thing that has become clearer to me as I’ve gotten […]
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When to do nothing.

Over the past week or so I’ve been trying to manage a situation, but each day something new happens, and each day a new approach to managing things occurs to me. Eventually, I started to drive myself nuts, feeling nothing but confused and anxious. What exactly was I supposed to do? Then out of nowhere it […]
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The Value of Vision

Issue 5: July 29th, 2015                I recently had the pleasure of visiting the most beautiful floral gardens I’ve ever seen—Butchart Gardens on Vancouver Island in Canada! At the turn of the 19th Century, the Butchart family established a limestone quarry in Vancouver to supply the family’s cement factory. […]
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What’s the payoff?

I’ve wanted to have a smaller body from the time I could say the word diet. While I weigh I good deal less than the most I’ve ever weighed, I’m still not the ideal body weight I imagine for myself. I was recently chatting with my cousin about this, and wondering why I was still […]
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