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Journey thoughts

Have you ever contemplated your particular journey to success? Is it a linear path or an intuitive step-by-step process? Are you a long-term strategist or are you a peripatetic short-term builder? Is stopping a part of your journey or a major distraction? Consider this: “The road to success is dotted with many tempting parking places.” […]

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Help, I fell off my yoga mat

It’s Monday. It’s been a long couple of weeks and who knows what the coming weeks will bring. With that in mind, I am reposting a favorite for your enjoyment pleasure as well as a good reminder for me who has to find her gym bag again. Ever have one of those days? You are […]

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The moral of the story is

A woman is in her yard and a well-fed, well-cared-for dog — complete with tags — approaches her. She pats the dog’s head; the dog follows her inside, walks down the hall and finds a corner, where the dog promptly takes a nap. After an hour or so, the dog wakes up, stretches and goes to […]

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I’m right … and you’re not

That’s right: There is no discussion; there is no equivocation. The door is closed; the conversation is over. I have holstered my pointing finger that wagged so definitively in your direction. I have recovered from my case of eye-rolling; there is no more exasperated and exaggerated sighing. I have stormed off in a fit of […]

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Mother Teresa’s doctor

This talk is approximately 15 minutes of wonderfulness from Dr. George Lombardi, an infectious disease specialist who came to treat Mother Teresa. This was part of  2012 The Moth and World Science Festival. The theme was Stories of Flashpoints. In a very funny, real, and heartfelt way, Dr. Lombardi tells us how he was approached and came to help […]

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