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This red rose above is blooming from the bush I planted to honor my Grandmother, Granny Gould, when she died three years ago. Each year since, as early as mid May, red roses like this greet me as I walk up the sidewalk from my carpark to my front door. Their greeting continues through to late September or October… Continue reading
Last night I was reading through some of my old blog posts. I’m having the crazy idea of compiling some of those posts into themes that I can share with others, teams, etc. It’s a bit like cleaning out an old closet. There’s a few things that can definitely go. There’s a few that are ready for repurposing. There’s a… Continue reading
My friend Meg wrote this book, Perseverance, in 2010. She was offering it as a way to help people stay in their awareness and awakeness. She wrote it to help people not collapse into a more alluring and comforting superficiality.
There are so many layers of persevering that are required in these times. For some of us, it is… Continue reading
Where I’d planned on being today is in Portland, Oregon. I was to be working with Kevin Hiebert, Sara Rosenau, and Jessica Riehl preparing for an Art of Hosting that starts tomorrow. I was to be thick in the questions, adding to our anticipated field. It matters that people come together. Over 50 in this case. To learn. To be… Continue reading