Tag Archives: Personal Freedom

Summertime

Oh, dear old summertime. Many of us are hard at work with the rest of us at leisure. Oh, and what a leisure it is! After the pile of effort it took to keep ourselves warm during Winter, . . … Continue reading

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Social Distancing

We have a new thing! Social Distancing, isn’t it grand. Sorry to be sarcastic. It’s the pits. Anthropologist¬†Edward T. Hall , explained about social distance¬†back when being in-person, within breathing space, was not such a big deal. He developed this … Continue reading

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Dinner and the Power of Choice

Right or wrong, it has something to teach us. We also feel our history, our personal history, often and in many ways. Growing up had two chapters. The first chapter was abundant. Dad was a successful lawyer in his own … Continue reading

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Not To Be Taken Lightly

Being thorough or having follow-thu, is easy, . . . right? Well, many times it doesn’t happen. There is some kind of disconnect between what we intend to do and what actually happens. This disconnect can disappoint people, shake-up relationships, … Continue reading

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Alterations

Watching the movie Silverado I resonated with the part of Stella when she said, “The world is what you make of it, my friend. If it doesn’t fit, you make alterations.” Not everyone thinks they can affect life. Going through … Continue reading

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