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Second Chances

"Every road is a slippery slope There is always a hand that you can hold on to Looking deeper through the telescope You can see that your home's inside of you   Just know That wherever you go No, you're never alone You will always get back home" ~jason mraz Forgive the spotty video quality....

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I Doubt It

Do you believe in you? I mean, really believe in you. Are we willing to step out into the discomfort of being who we really are? Of doing work that matters in a way that is consistent with our core. What do you really want?...

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Steps

You have places to go, things to do, experiences to gain and people to meet. Steps are a necessary part to getting there. Simple, right? Steps. Just one after another. Do all steps matter? Even missteps? What about those? Missteps occur for many reasons, most of...

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I See You

“There is no good or bad without us, there is only perception. There is the event itself and the story we tell ourselves about what it means.” ~Ryan Holiday Age takes away some of what makes us vital. Or it can. Or maybe it tries to and...

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The Parting Glass

This comes from the late 1600's or early 1700's, a Scottish celebration of friendship sung as dear friends depart after a gathering for the sometimes long journey home. A "glass" offered, one final drink to fortify for the journey home.   Hold those you love dear....

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Who Cares?

It's not enough to wring our hands. It's not even enough to feel love and enjoy the beauty in art or nature. It's not enough to be devoted. We must act. We must do what we can in our world to make it better.   Love is...

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