Love wins – when we get outside the bubble

Are you actively working to ‘Escape The Bubble’ And Learn From Opposing Views? As Nelson Mandela taught us, “The best long-term strategy for victory is love.” Tell me what you are doing to escape the bubble and hear “the other side“ in your attempt to navigate the world? https://www.forbes.com/sites/rodgerdeanduncan/2019/07/09/escape-the-bubble-and-learn-from-opposing-views/

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Kintsugi: The art of embracing damage.

Is it possible to be more beautiful in the broken places? Recently, I sent a message to my friend who was struggling, in hopes of lifting her spirits. My friend had been feeling down. Defeated. Convinced that she wasn’t capable or deserving of success. I knew better, of course. I’ve known her more than half myContinue reading “Kintsugi: The art of embracing damage.”

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Harmony Photo Challenge

Ever feel like the world is falling apart at the hands of hate? Need a ray of hope? Want to make a difference, but not sure what to do? Try the HARMONY PHOTO CHALLENGE. Try these 3 simple steps to make the world a little bit better: Step 1: Take a photograph of people beingContinue reading “Harmony Photo Challenge”

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One for Hope

A Poem on the Power of Hope. Once there was a brilliant mind Not frightened by the wind It carried peace and married time With plans to dance and sing Along came feedback, helpful words Just meant to shape a truth Yet lost among the sharpened tongues The precious freedom, youth Becoming scared and running fastContinue reading “One for Hope”

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Change again? Good grief!

How Change is Like Grief People experience different emotions when faced with change. Change can be viewed as a grieving process of sorts. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross described five stages of grief in her seminal work, ‘On Death and Dying’ in 1969. The five stages include: Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance (+ Moving On) Kubler-Ross described the experiencesContinue reading “Change again? Good grief!”

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