memory

Looking for the Face I Had

November 15, 2011

The holidays are upon us and many people will physically go to a place we think of as home, or home-like, with family, friends, sibs, parents, cousins. Even with the unresolved issues that get stirred up by arriving in family settings, in the main we keep longing for home. The metaphor of coming home resonates […]

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Stay in Time

September 19, 2011

Remember: we live in time. I gave the mindfulness movement, the fans of the now, credit in my last blog. Now I want to take issue with one of their leaders, Eckhart Tolle, who wrote The Power of Now about 10 years ago and Oprah helped him sell about a jillion copies of his books. […]

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Harvesting the Power of Fortuitous Encounters

March 28, 2011

We have all had the experience of experiencing an event, one that was not planned, that just happened, and when you look back on it, that experience was the beginning event of a big learning process for you. You turned a corner on your reality, starting with that event, and you have never been the same. What […]

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Food present, food past.

March 14, 2011

Do you have a favorite food from your childhood? What memories are connected to it? One of mine is a Hostess Twinkie® in my grade school lunch, which meant mom was giving me a rare treat (a good thing, since it has negative food value). Another is homemade tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches for […]

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