Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Corners of My Mind


My mind is the sky and my thoughts, experiences and feelings are the clouds moving across my sky.  This is the view I have taken concerning my own mind as I try to reach for clarity of thought and focus … Continue reading

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As a Man Thinketh …


“As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he” by James Allen, 1902, based on a verse in the book of Proverbs from the King James Bible. My thinking is affected, if not inspired, by what I hear, see … Continue reading

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“Even Eagles Need a Push”


Change is a necessary, inevitable part of living and is best handled through embracing the change.  Change causes shift and is the wellspring of new opportunities. Have you been pushed in your career role or have you pushed another in … Continue reading

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Embracing Change


Learning is exciting and fun (even with the discomfort in learning new skills that are at first difficult). Learning is crucial for everyone, regardless of age. We grow our mind’s knowledge and renew our spirit’s freshness with learning. Our skills … Continue reading

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