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Yellow roses in my back yard this week. Beautiful. Thorny. In bud. In spent life. Clean. Covered with aphids. Simple. Involved. It’s all there. Hold that thought.
With circle, my friend Meg writes in the forward to this book,
- “…consummate practicality for how transformed communication can change the way we work together…”
- “…application that is both deep and transcendent…”
Yup, I relate to that. It’s good and honest translation of something that can feel like high in the sky mystery, brought to realness of mud on the… Continue reading
I love this time of year, for one reason, because of the tomato harvest from my backyard garden. They just keep coming as the later summer and early fall sun offers ripening each day. The littlest that look like cherry tomatoes are actually “Roma.” Noticeably packed with flavor and great for snacking.
A couple of years ago my oldest child, my daughter, was transitioning form her college life to a choice of professional job. She was making a pretty good list that highlighted pros and cons of two main choices available to her, that were quite significantly different. She was, like most of us would be, trying to be quite predictive, wishing… Continue reading