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Thought for Today

Thought for Today

Read this a week ago and it was too good not to share: I will take stock of my life today.  I will do some small thing to make my day a little bit more beautiful and positive.  I only need to do a little better.  I don’t need to reach for the moon or […]

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Judgement Day at the Credit Union

Judgement Day at the Credit Union

I go to the credit union twice a week during their “slow time“ so I don’t have to wait in line to make my deposits. Inevitably I’m waiting in line listening to the person in front of me tell the banker person their whole life story and then requesting an entire month itemized transaction sheet […]

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Acceptance & Forgiveness

Acceptance & Forgiveness

Last week Kate Patterson was here from Hawaii leading a workshop.  To close class she ended with this sentiment, “Take time to be grateful for the hard stuff.  Those situations are the ones that make us grow and propel us forward on our spiritual path.”  I love this statement because of its simple truth. When […]

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Small Miracles

Small Miracles

Is there a greater miracle than to see through another’s eyes, even for an instant? ~Thoreau If we could read the secret history of our enemies, we should find in each man’s life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility.  ~Longfellow Once someone is an unreal other, we lose sight of how they hurt. […]

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Lessons Learned… (I hope)

Lessons Learned… (I hope)

Due to my childhood home, I thought if I was perfect and never made mistakes that I could be free from others’ reactiveness and criticism.  As an adult, this translated as each time something would happen where I was criticized, ignored or disrespected; I would go into a depression full of self-doubt and feeling unworthy […]

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Two Sides of the Same Coin

Two Sides of the Same Coin

By Laura Garren The Talmud says we see things not as they are, but as we are. This concept is an important reminder that each person has his or her own perspective, and two people might have a different perspective about the same event, interaction, or idea. I recently have seen this difference in action […]

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