Monthly Archives: July 2013

Elements of Humility

“When I was 17, I read a quote…for the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: ‘If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am … Continue reading

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Bargain versus Value

We, as Americans, tend to view the word bargain through the somewhat myopic lens of money – as in: Is the monetary cost of this item or service inexpensive or less expensive enough to make it worthwhile? I have learned … Continue reading

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A Rose by Any Other Name…

The day started in typical Tuesday fashion at my yoga class. ¬†Once again, a great and challenging class ending in a delightful cranial massage that sets me up for a good day. I planned to go home after yoga and … Continue reading

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Loss affects us differently. Seeing Unfinished Song this weekend, was a tough movie for me to watch. Although touted as uplifting, I found it depressingly sad, and sniveled through a significant portion without a tissue. Not that it didn’t have … Continue reading

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Summer, 2013

Summer has been a beloved time of year since I was young when school ended and camp began. It was the beginning of warm weather, long hours outside, outdoor activities and time spent socializing with summer friends. I went to … Continue reading

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HAPPY 4TH OF JULY AMERICA!

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One day at a time…

If I sounded righteous (or enlightened) yesterday, allow me to describe my morning. Waiting for yoga class to begin, I was mirrored back to myself like a reflecting lake. Seven of us stood outside a darkened and locked yoga studio,waiting … Continue reading

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