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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Most of us tend to live a smaller version of our full potential. Whether this comes from being conditioned to be cautious, to only take risks that are safe or our life circumstances have diminished our sense of self, the results are the same. We hold back.  What a joy it is to …

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Last week. I wrote about the first steps to “Starting Over”, focusing on clearing out unhelpful patterns. This week. I’ll explore what it takes to “Relaunch Your Life”. We’ll look at the importance of creating a strength based vision for yourself, engaging helpful collaborators for change, and creating a vision that produces genuine excitement before …

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Have you ever had a wake up call where you look around and say – this isn’t working – It’s time to make a change? Whether it comes from a quiet voice inside or on the heels of struggle that has finally come to a head, you know if you don’t follow your instincts to …

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ART + FOOD = LIFE

We hosted a benefit for Moveable Feast entitled Art + Food = Life. It was a wonderful spirited event embodying what the title implies – Life is the union of these two forces, one being a necessity, the other an interpretation of life’s significance. How did they come together and what happened when they did? …

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In the past two weeks, I’ve been involved in two weddings and supported two friends planning their loved one’s funerals. It’s intense – these are some of the most powerfully important rituals in our lives. It’s important that we make them relevant and real. Life’s rites of passage draw us in at the deepest level. …

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We’ve been with friends on Edisto Island, in the back waters of the lowcountry area of South Carolina. Our friends will tell you, they live by the tides. The tidal marshes behind the Atlantic Ocean are a world of their own, with a complex eco structure of salt water creeks and grasses that stretches between …

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I’ve been celebrating my anniversary and preparing for dear friends’ intimate beach wedding. Naturally, the nature and mystery of love is on my mind. We all know the challenge to make it right, to make it real and how when we actually do, the whole world glows with us. When we don’t, we suffer and …

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While the experience is still fresh, I want to continue to share what I learned from my two weeks in rural Ghana. As honored guests in a small village, we had a full immersion into a remarkably different life style. As I wrote last week, they are deeply spiritual and accepting of all faiths, which …

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I have just returned from a 14-day intensive journey into a rural area of southeastern Ghana, called the Volta Region. My husband and I were the guests of a Ghanaian master percussionist who is also an Ewe Tribal Village Chief and Priest. We have hosted his touring Afrikana group at our home many times. He …

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Whenever we travel somewhere, we love the adventure of discovering things that are unknown to us. But most of our travel has been to places that are easy to explore through books and the internet, with well-documented histories and plenty of pictures. This week we travel to Ghana to a small town we can’t find …

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