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As a way of making sense of the many interesting events occurring in my life lately, I realized I was tapping into my wisdom perspective. I do this regularly for myself, teach it to my clients and I realized it might be useful for you too. So, what is your wisdom perspective? It’s the view …

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With the news swirling around about the latest accusations of predatory behavior by men and their consequences, it begs the question. What if men and women were really considered equals? Our constitution says we are equal, yet with all the evidence of problems that suggest otherwise, it’s hard to understand what true equality would mean. …

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I’m camping in Hopkinsville KY to witness the solar eclipse – along with people from all over the world. The epicenter is right here and our setting is perfect! Since the auspiciousness of this event has so many implications, I’d like to share this article. Please read it and join me in paying attention to …

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As we celebrate the 4th of July and our nation’s history of achieving freedom from oppression, I’m reflecting how we all long for personal freedom. For many of us, there is a push-pull dynamic between doing what seems necessary to create a secure lifestyle and doing what really speaks to us. Which call should we …

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Every day since returning from Cuba, I pause and give thanks for the simple niceties of my live. It’s like I’ve refocused a lens, causing me to look at things differently. It’s reinforced observations I had last summer after staying in the rural Volta Region of Ghana in Western Africa. In my work, I often …

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What interesting times we are in! The extreme events in politics and across the world are generating new perspectives and creating very rapid change. All around me, I’m seeing this as friends and the people I work with reach their tipping point and make decisive life altering decisions. The concept of “The Tipping Point” was …

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The elections are finally here and if you’re like me, excitement and trepidation are equally high. We have been under siege by an onslaught of some of the worst aspects of human nature. Now, let’s take a moment to reclaim what we know to be our truth. It’s time to let our wisdom and strength …

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The magical moment in this photo lasted several minutes. It happened to my friend Tim, who is also one of those people who is 100% authentically himself all the time. He is irreverent, incorrigible, irrepressible and consequently adored for those reasons. He is the poster child for the point I want to make here. We …

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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 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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