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  • Rememberance

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on September 15, 2015 | Topics: Grief
  •   This past Friday was 9/11. A day remembered by our nation as one of the darkest days in American history. A day so impactful that most Americans remember exactly where they were and what they were doing the moment they heard the horrific news. Countless men, women and children lost their lives that day. … Continue reading “Rememberance”

  • Change

  • Posted by Cathy O'Neal on June 8, 2015 | Topics: "Feeling Stuck", Personal Growth
  • I go to an exercise class several days a week. I recently convinced a friend of mine, Marta, to go with me.  The classes are, to put it mildly, quite difficult. The instructors call out your name with both correction and encouragement—pushing, pushing, and pushing you to work harder.  Just when you feel like you … Continue reading “Change”

  • Remembering

  • Posted by Jim Keller on May 24, 2015 | Topics: Personal Growth
  • Memorial Day is probably one of our most benign holidays.  Yes, there are parades, but they’re smaller than their July 4th counterparts and certainly cannot match the Thanksgiving/Christmas affairs.  No, Memorial Day for me is just the briefest of nods to its original purpose: to remember those who died so we can have our freedom.  … Continue reading “Remembering”