Posts Tagged ‘change’

Imprisoned In Our Own Cage

Book:  Coming Full Circle through Changes, Challenges and Transitions (www.facebook.com/changeschallengesandtransitions)   There are very few people, if any, that can say they have never felt limited in some way or for some reason.  Love calls us to be responsible in some cases, but fear may be one of the biggest reasons we remain constrained in states…

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The New Emerging Paradigm

Anyone reading this post and old enough to remember life as it was only one or two decades ago, will realize the rapidity with which change has taken place.  Over the last 50 years we have been in the midst of a gigantic movement toward a new paradigm. It seems to have begun to be visible in the 1960’s with the…

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Two Heads Are Better Than One

Recently a friend called me an extrovert. In familiar situations that may appear true. However, in most other situations I am not. I have often said that most of what I do has not been from a lack of fear, but in spite of fear. When one is starving, one overcomes fear and goes searching…

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In The Blink of An Eye

Sometimes we tend to live as though everything will stay the same forever. And because some things evolve more slowly over the course of time, it seems like change is not happening. Then, one day, the child transforms from the adorable 3 year old to the barely tolerable teenager. Or, perhaps as in my experience, a…

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