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I re-listened to a podcast this week from the On Being Project, one of the shorter form Becoming Wise editions with Seth Godin. In it, Seth explains: The Icarus Deception points to the historical change in how Western culture both propagated and interpreted the Icarus myth arguing that "we tend to forget that Icarus was also … Continue reading Icarus, are we flying too low?
This week I have the privilege of enjoying some time near Lake Superior. My friend is attending a conference and I will be caring for her two kitties (one of which is pictured below) while she is away. It was lovely to have some time to catch up with her for a day and a … Continue reading Mother Lake musings
Hola Amigos/as: I am going a little rant, so pardon me in advance for doing it. Of course if you choose to read my blog, this is what you're going to get now and then. You accept it. Maybe you even enjoy it. Many organizations lack the flexibility they will need to thrive in a … Continue reading Flex work – myth or reality?
This is a quote often mis-attributed to Nelson Mandela, because he used it in one of his speeches. It actually came from Marianne Williamson's book, A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of "A Course in Miracles." I love it. I think it is spot-on when it comes to our lives. Most of us … Continue reading Our deepest fear
*This is an edited post from January 2018. I spent my day being in the flow of what felt right. So this post on gratitude is appropriate.* I often sit in the morning drinking my coffee while I watch the sunrise, along with my cat (Willy) who watches and seems to love it too. Or … Continue reading Happy Friday and thank you