Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Blessing

Came across this blessing today, and it is so beautiful, I wanted to share it. (There is not an author listed on my copy.) Be willing to listen. Be willing to speak. Be willing to cry. Be willing to seek. … Continue reading

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Embracing Time Over Space

We have two choices in how we relate to the world around us: we can choose to embrace time or space. It’s an “either, or” moment by moment choice. Most of us choose (most often) to embrace space, which includes … Continue reading

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“Nexting”

Today I took spinning, but I was hardly there. Instead, while my legs pumped the pedals, my mind was in a race all its own. Apparently, I’m pretty hard-core about “nexting.” Last week, I became aware of my nexting patterns. … Continue reading

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Open and Closed Mode Thinking and the Sabbath

Years ago, in a class designed to help business leaders think creatively, I was introduced to a concept called open and closed mode thinking. This concept has helped me ever since! Here’s the gist of it: * Imagine a funnel. … Continue reading

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