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  • Hope

    Hope begins in the dark, the stubborn hope that if you just show up and try to do the right thing, the dawn will come. You wait and watch and work; you don’t give up. Anne Lamott Hope is a cornerstone of successful psychotherapy. Without …

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  • Fall in Minnesota

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    How to See

    Yesterday I was going into the grocery store when I overheard a young child call out to his mother, “Mama! I can’t see you!” She responded evenly, “Open your eyes.” I got a kick out of the interchange. That might have had more to do …

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  • Capability

    God, save me from the feeling that I am capable of everything. Maimonides, 12th century rabbi and philosopher We all have limitations, though some of us are loathe to admit it. Maimonides summed up well the sometimes double-edged nature of feeling as if we can …

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  • Kaleidoscope

    I was reading the other day about the concept of taking a reflective stance on experience. Backing up, seeing things from a different perspective, a new light – separating from the content of experience to view more clearly the process. All of these are important …

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  • A Thing of Beauty

    There are so many of them, aren’t there? Things of beauty, that is.

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