Category Archives: Insights

Approaching challenges is like dancing on Jello

Tweet Interesting concept, isn’t it? Life really is full of challenges that we can approach with an “Oh no! Not again!” mentality or one we can approach is as if each challenge is a dance and pulling all of them … Continue reading

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When we automatically make ourselves right and others wrong

Tweet Don’t ask me why this is so but ask me how you can begin to observe how you yourself are a part of all of it. If we begin to question why this is so, we go down the … Continue reading

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What is working in life?

Tweet Given the extensive news presented in everyday life, what tends to show up for me is what is “not working” in life. In a riddled world with conversations about terrorists, and what’s wrong, and who did what to whom, … Continue reading

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Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely…

Tweet A wonderful quote came to me by an anonymous author, and it goes like this… “Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well- preserved body, but rather to … Continue reading

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Are You Fully Self-Expressed or Are You Like a Trained Flea?

Tweet Did you know that we, as human beings, are a little bit like trained fleas? Do you know about trained fleas? Here is what was discovered…taking an ordinary jar and placing a bunch of fleas into it, it was … Continue reading

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