Monthly Archives: January 2011

What Drives Your Decisions?

  What drives your decisions?  Have you even thought about it?   Do you make your decisions based upon what is expected of you?  What happens if someone is not happy with your decision?  What about if one person or another … Continue reading

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Peace, Born of the Tension of Opposites

As my attention has been focused on PEACE through this Peace Project, I notice that everything that is “not peace” (e.g. violence, intolerance, war, injustice, hate, etc.) also captures my attention.  I consider myself to be a fairly open-minded, tolerant, somewhat progressive person who lives … Continue reading

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Labyrinth Contemplation

Drawn to the labyrinth today, I walked it 3 times.  Fond memories of Zoey step by step into the labyrinth; love and peace to Zoey step by step out of the labyrinth. . . . . . . Peace in … Continue reading

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Beyond the Light into the Shadow

Ever try to ditch your shadow???  We all have those places inside ourselves where we don’t want to go, those things we don’t want to see in ourselves.  They tend to be those things that really bug us about others.  … Continue reading

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Softening the TaskMaster

I am a recovering overachiever, with a driven TaskMaster . . . sometimes more recovered than others.  This weekend I began my second quarter of a 2 year professional training program that meets monthly.  Lots of reading every month, but … Continue reading

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Breathe Peace

Woke up extra early this morning . . . . Can’t go back to sleep.  Meditated . . . . Breathe Peace in to me . . . . Breathe Peace out to the world . . . . Peace in to … Continue reading

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Coloring Outside the Lines

Until about an hour ago, I didn’t realize how much I tend to stay inside the lines as I color my life.  Walking my dog Katy a bit ago, I expected that we would tread one of our old familiar paths … Continue reading

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