Monthly Archives: March 2013

Generosity Jumble

Which guy is lazy? It’s pretty easy to judge, right?* Now ask yourself, which of the two men is more generous? Maybe it’s not so easy to tell. Cultural stereotypes and norms play a huge role in our perception of … Continue reading

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Always Be A Unicorn

“Always be yourself. Unless you can be a unicorn. Then always be a unicorn.” —¬†Peter S. Beagle, shared on Facebook by my daughter, Hayle Perhaps my daughter has a point. If the unicorn represents that elusive part of us – … Continue reading

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That Old Expression

That old expression … “You get what you give.” That famous quote … “For it is in giving that we receive.” That ancient saying … “No one has ever become poor by giving.” There’s a reason those proverbs have been … Continue reading

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Life’s Cube

“Our whole life is solving puzzles.” — Erno Rubik Making a change in our life is like breaking up a single color of a Rubix Cube. As we go through life, we “solve” various faces of our lives – career, … Continue reading

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Great or Grating?

“It is easier to believe than to doubt.” — E.D. Martin Supporting a cause is great. Advocating for a position is great. Standing up for what you believe is great. Having passion is great. Regurgitating the propaganda is … well … Continue reading

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Above The Din

“Be careful how you interpret the world:¬† It is like that.” — Erich Heller This morning, above the din of the city, I heard an owl hoot. It was quiet and distant, nearly drowned out by traffic. At first, I … Continue reading

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River Of Change

“Everything comes to pass, nothing comes to stay.” — Matthew Flickstein I can’t recall anyone I’ve ever met who was happy about the Spring time change. Every year, there are the assorted grumbles over the morning commute’s darkness, the laments … Continue reading

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