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    Attribution: An Anecdote

    Several weeks ago I took my four-year-old son camping in the Boundary Water Canoe Area Wilderness for the first time. When he is sleeping, his body takes on the appearance of a wayward compass needle that rotates this way and that until his feet land …

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    Peace through Inner Peace: A Public Lecture by the Dalai Lama

    Last month I had the good fortune to see His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet speak at the University of Minnesota. His lecture, titled Peace through Inner Peace, touched on education, secular ethics, and the nature of compassion, among other things. He spoke …

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  • Sunset over Lake Calhoun

    Someday I will have more time to write an actual post. That day is not today, however. But I’m always up for sharing beautiful things.

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  • Wishing for Spring

    I’m ready for some color and warmth! How about you?

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  • The Perfect Protest

    Speaking of letting go of perfectionism, I came across this delightful video this morning: the Perfect Protest from Brené Brown, a social work researcher at the University of Houston (click on the link below, which takes you to Vimeo): The Perfect Protest

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    Ring the Bells that Still Can Ring: Letting Go of Perfectionism

    Ring the bells that still can ring Forget your perfect offering There is a crack, a crack in everything That’s how the light gets in. Leonard Cohen, Anthem Of all of the concerns people bring to therapy, perfectionism can be one of the most persistent. …

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