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Thich Nhat Hanh said it best, "No mud, no lotus", and for sure this year has been filled with an abundance of mud. In these last weeks, my family-safe Covid bubble was pierced.  I was filled with shock and awe as our Thanksgiving together turned quickly into triage.  I got really scared watching a loved one being wheeled into the hospital and thinking, "Are we going to be

I haven't written for the past couple weeks mainly because I didn't have much to say. I found myself caught in the duality of the beautiful moments around me against the backdrop of all that was happening. I sat on empty superiorly cleaned airplanes going to a college reunion in Park City, Utah. There I witnessed my college friend's dream come true of having chickens, a green

Leaves float through the air and dance across the street. I find myself enamored with all things Fall, watching nature's color turn from green to yellow, orange and red.  Today on my weekly leadership call one friend brought up the Hundredth Monkey Effect, "a hypothetical phenomenon in which a new behaviour or idea is said to spread rapidly by unexplained means from one group to all related

September 30, 3030 I'm mindful to keep this blog a place for all views. I'm asking myself what can I give to make our country our planet a better place? As I woke up this morning the pervading thought was, "Can we all take a moment of silence? Can we pause our collective hearts and minds and take a moment and offer our prayers, divine offerings to

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