Category Archives: Seeing ‘what is’

16 Habits Of Highly Sensitive People: Part Two

9. They work well in team environments. Because highly sensitive people are such deep thinkers, they make valuable workers and members of teams… However, they may be well-suited for positions in teams where they don’t have to make the final … Continue reading

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5 Things That End Friendships…

Circumstances change. We change. And we’re not supposed to spend forever with people who don’t help us to enjoy life or teach us things about the world or ourselves or who generally don’t serve a purpose other than to frustrate … Continue reading

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What’s Inside

Be yourself; everyone else is already taken. Oscar Wilde

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About a Year Ago…

A Precious Privilege I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought, and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder. A quote by G.K. Chesterton I have personal proof of. Gratefulness has a power to attract what I need and … Continue reading

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Wind in the Trees

I find what I go looking for. What I expect seems to manifest itself before me with great frequency. My thoughts shape my life more than any other single factor. Today I feel great and am loving life. With that … Continue reading

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We All Have Twenty-Four Hour Days

You can do anything, but you can’t do everything. David Allen What has my attention at this moment? My thoughts are directed at words surfacing in my mind and typing them with a considerably lesser amount of awareness of music … Continue reading

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Seeing Beyond Just Looking

I have no certainty where exactly I got the idea.  It may have been from something I read or several things I came across blended together.  It may have even been a spontaneous realization.  But in the last 10 years … Continue reading

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Your Very Own Self

It starts innocently enough, perhaps the first time you recognize your own reflection. You’re not yet 2 years old, brushing your teeth, standing on your steppy stool by the bathroom sink, when suddenly it dawns on you: That foam-flecked face … Continue reading

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Knowledge, Wisdom, and Insight

Knowledge is really about facts and ideas that we acquire through study, research, investigation, observation, or experience. Wisdom is the ability to discern and judge which aspects of that knowledge are true, right, lasting, and applicable to your life. It’s … Continue reading

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First Official Day

I found this poem… sometime around my junior or senior year of high school. I’m sure I thought it applied to something going on in my life at the moment although I can’t remember what. Aren’t all things in high school … Continue reading

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