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Weeding Your Social Network

Weeding Your Social Network

While hiking recently I came across a Downey Woodpecker that allowed me to closely observe him poking holes in the tree to find insects. Later in the week on the same trail I realized that it was not a Downey Woodpecker but a Red-breasted Sap Sucker. I was quite intrigued ... Read More
 
The Roar of the Lion

The Roar of the Lion

Recently, the energy of judgment came into my life like the roar of a lion both personally and professionally. You know the famous March saying— “ March comes in like a lion and out like lamb.” While this saying was based on the poem “In Like a Lion, Out Like ... Read More
 
The Cloak of Limitations

The Cloak of Limitations

By definition, limitations are circumstances and restrictions that cause a condition of limited ability to do something. Most often than not, as individuals, we do not know that we possess or how we possess these limitations at a cognitive level. As humans we came into the world with no idea ... Read More
 
Mirror of Perception

Mirror of Perception

The past few weeks I have been uploading pictures on Facebook of the beautiful crocus and daffodils in my yard. I must admit I quite enjoy the many colorful responses I get from across the country. Who can blame them! Most people have not experienced a winter like this in ... Read More