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Have you ever done something you shouldn’t have done? You walked across the street when the traffic light was red? You hurriedly strode through a door not holding it for the slow moving stranger behind you?  If so, you’re in good company.  We all can think of things we shouldn’t have done.  Some we may forget. Others remain with us. There is one that remained with me. It took place a few years ago.  I learned greatly from what happened.... + read more
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I left for a Maine vacation, with a goal in mind. Now I KNOW what you’re thinking.  The purpose of a vacation is NOT to bring any goals along with you.  And I would be the first to tell you that! However, this time I was going to break my own rule.  Before my trip, I was not feeling much joy. Even the smallest issues weighed heavily on me.   I reacted to things that typically didn’t bother me.  My mojo was gone. So I purposely went into this... + read more
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Last summer, my then four-year old granddaughter, Hannah, was standing with me on the balcony of the condo where my parents live. The balcony was four stories high.  As she walked closer to the edge, the only thing separating her from the black asphalt below was a metal railing.  My stomach did flip-flops as I watched her get closer to the edge. In her child-like curiosity, she stuck her foot out between two rails - testing the concept of gravity, unknown to her yet.  Fear... + read more
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