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My Sister Left Me

We all make assumptions that we act on. Some assumptions we hold by agreements we make with others. Some assumptions are implicit in our cultural expectations, like how I should behave as a parent or husband, or as a person … Continue reading

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Arrival in Bali

Monday, Dec. 16 This was a tough travel. After four hours flying to SF, then a 13 hour flight on China Airlines to Taipei, and another 5 hr. flight to Denpasar, Bali, it was just a short taxi ride to … Continue reading

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Feel resentful when (s)he comes home?

Have you ever gone away from home for a few days, leaving your spouse to ‘hold the fort’, and on returning home, feeling all smiles and joy, you were greeted with a gruff, resentful partner? You were on the road, … Continue reading

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What I See Is Me

I have been turning this thought over for months now, never quite getting to the point of writing about it, because I’m not sure I know how to get this across clearly to my readers: What I see is Me. … Continue reading

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On Carrying Curses

This day being Halloween, what could be a better time for a blog post on curses? Have you ever felt like your life was cursed? Don’t reject this idea too quickly. While you may never see anyone boiling toads and … Continue reading

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On Assumptions, Judgments, Beliefs

We all love a good story, especially the ones we make up. Other stories we buy retail from a respected authority, like our parents, teachers, or church. Stories become our assumptions, judgments about ourselves and others, and our beliefs. There … Continue reading

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On Becoming Sixty

I recently passed the landmark of sixty years of age. Forty was sort of a rite of passage into “middle age,” and at fifty years I stepped fully into being an elder in the world. This, the start of my … Continue reading

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On Self-Love

I know well that I am not the only one in the world that has carried some elements of self-hatred or non-acceptance of parts of oneself. For a long, long time I felt a core distress that something was “wrong” … Continue reading

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Self-Management

I’ve written extensively on the Ten Natural Laws (see my earlier blogs). Each of these laws relates to an insight that can give a more meaningful and fulfilled life by aligning your thoughts and actions with what is inherently authentic … Continue reading

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On Environment

Does your environment—the places you work, play, sleep, and relate to others—nourish, sustain and inspire you? Sometimes we may feel unhappy and out-of-sorts, not aware to the fact that our environment is the cause of our discontent. I worked for … Continue reading

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On Resistance

A few months ago, I had decided that it would be in my best interests as a professional life coach to facilitate a tele-class on the subject of committing our hearts to be open and at peace. The topic is … Continue reading

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There is No Such Thing as Overwhelm

What? No such thing? In this age where we are multitasking to meet all the demands of job and family and health and technology and…Am I crazy? There’s no such thing as overwhelm? Then what are we all feeling so … Continue reading

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