Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Little More Gratitude, Please

Many writers and gratitude advocates (like moms) do their best to encourage us to have more gratitude. I also believe in gratitude. I believe gratitude is one of the main elements of who we really are. But with my devil’s … Continue reading

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Digital Legacy

How does the digital age change the meaning of a personal legacy? Certainly our legacy includes a digital longevity that never existed before. For instance, I can find my father’s obituary online just by typing his name. I can find … Continue reading

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Personal Magnetism

Have you ever noticed how much personal magnetism you have? Yeah. You are magnetic. Whatever it is you collect, more comes to you in kind. For instance, if you are into computer technology, you probably have quite an extensive collection … Continue reading

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Declare Freedom to Be Balanced

Do you focus on what is wrong “out there?” Then you have taken a lot of hits recently. Maybe life circumstances knocked you off balance and you feel like life is unpredictable, uncaring and continuously problematic. There is a way … Continue reading

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Declare Freedom from Patriarchy

Patriarchy (and the hierarchical structures brought to us by patriarchy) is old thinking. For eons, humans thought it was the best we could do. It was so good that it got included in the major religions around the world. It … Continue reading

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