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The Dark Days

I, entombed in a crypt Of my own making Peered nervously, skeptically Through the crooked beams Of the house of my Being. Your pellucid words Strummed my heart strings, Beseeching a new song – Not from another’s hymnal But from … Continue reading

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The Last Card

“On the other hand, all those doubts which I had felt before I entered the cottage as to whether these creatures were friend of foe, and whether Ransom were a pioneer or a dupe, had for the moment vanished. My … Continue reading

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Clean Respect

“I never meet a ragged boy in the street without feeling I may owe him a salute, for I know not what possibilities may be buttoned up under his coat.” – James A. Garfield When you refrain from judging others … Continue reading

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Another Way

What is it about human beings and their insatiable desire to compete, compare and judge? One of my professional goals is to create a space free of these limiting and obfuscating elements as I am confident that something wonderful will … Continue reading

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Never Jump Through a Closed Window

To be successful in life you must strike a delicate balance between pushing forward and tarrying. Both are valuable approaches; the timing of their application, however, is everything. A common mistake in living occurs when an evolving situation is mistakenly … Continue reading

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An Open Doorway

If the kingdom of heaven, that is, all that is wonderful, true, valuable and right is truly at hand, what is preventing us from experiencing it? We seem to have become quite proficient at manifesting hell on earth, but what … Continue reading

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