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3 words for 2017

(This article was published in January of 2017, but some people liked it enough that we brought it back to the top, so here goes!) Instead of making resolutions, the past three years I’ve chosen three words to be the

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Love Yourself

Monday I watched a webinar by Abel James on en*theos where he talked about productivity. He said that he starts every day by asking himself these three questions: What am I grateful for? What three things would make today amazing?

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Columbus and Other Cannibals

When Thom Hartmann used the word “wétiko” in the movie I Am, it blew right past me the first couple of times I watched the movie. Then I watched the movie a third time so I could slow it down to understand the

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The Jewels are Inside You

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Triple Numbers in the Reality: Mystery School – Day 4(44)

Today while driving, I nearly got a DWD. Daydreaming While Driving. Stuck in traffic on the way to work, I was robotically following the surge and slow of the traffic, thinking about what to do about my job. (which is

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Having an Existential Tantrum?

In Letting Go, Harriet Brown writes about the meaning of forgiveness. Most people know that forgiving is good for you, but most people don’t know how to do it. Fred Luskin, who wrote Forgive for Good and has been studying

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Forgiveness as a Soup Question

In the wonderful movie Finding Forrester, Jamal asks the recluse William Forrester why his tomato soup gets thick but the soup his mother made at home was always watery. The answer was Probably because your mother was brought up in a

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The Essence of Place

One of the things I used to love about going to San Francisco on business was flying out Saturday night and buying a Sunday Chronicle newspaper. The Datebook pink section advertised special events. I could open up the paper, drink

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Installing Love

Tech Support: Yes, how can I help you? Customer: Well, after much consideration, I’ve decided to install Love. Can you guide me through the process? Tech Support: Yes. I can help you. Are you ready to proceed? Customer: Well, I’m not

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Lou Bedor’s 10 Life Lessons

Last week I went to the funeral for Lou Bedor, father of my best friend Margaret. It was the best life celebration I’ve ever attended. One of the highlights was this top 10 list from the euology given by his

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