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The Freedom to Choose

Are you completely free to make a choice? If you would have asked me that question a few years ago, even a year ago, I would have said yes in a heartbeat. I was not in a situation where I would have had to deal with negative consequences because I made a certain choice – […]

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Thoughts in regards to the shooting in Orlando

Yesterday, I attended a vigil. It was the first time I chose to go and, I have to say, I was disappointed. I had expected something different. Here is the simple definition of vigil from Merriam Webster: an event or a period of time when a person or group stays in a place and quietly […]

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Awareness and questions as a result of the events in Paris

It’s been quite some time since my last blog post and I guess it may continue to be irregular, sometimes several in a row and then nothing for a while. I posted the thoughts below in a Facebook Community I started a few weeks ago: Benevolent Leadership For the past few months, someone I respect […]

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Your Greatness

How great are you? Are you even willing to consider yourself great? For the past few months greatness has been a theme for me. It began with the call series: Finding The Greatness of You. Considering yourself great is often equated with arrogance. Do  you, at least internally, congratulate yourself when you accomplished something or do you […]

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