Self Value

Someone’s Out to Get Me

Lately I’ve been reading Nobel Prize-winning book, The Appointment, by Herta Muller, Romanian-born author who writes of characters living during the Romanian dictatorship. A chilling tale of many flash-backs with well-written, poignant first-person narrative, the work echoes with characters living out of fear. There is a time when the main character shares a horrifying discovery .. read more

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On May 20th, 2010, posted in: Self Value, trust by

Re-evaluating Structure

What works for you? Pretty broad question to ask, especially without first asking, what do you want? When I think of what I want, I uncover things that are in opposition to each other. Here are my 2 main things: Peace, Fun. With peace I feel at ease, unhurried, in-the-moment and rested. Fun brings to .. read more

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On May 19th, 2010, posted in: consistency, Projecting, Self Value by

Anxious Movement

Steps in the hallway, around the coffee pot, outside for a smoke, into a cubicle for whispers. Anxious energy leads us further away from the most important tasks at hand. I can’t do this. It doesn’t feel right. I’m not any good. Why me? These comments leave our lips or infect our thinking and before .. read more

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On May 18th, 2010, posted in: Connecting, Projecting, Self Value, trust by 1 Comment