Monthly Archives November 2014

Thanksgiving and Gratitude

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“‘Thank you’ is the best prayer that anyone can say. I say that a lot. Thank you expresses extreme gratitude, humility and understanding.”  Alice Walker On this Thanksgiving Day, I have to agree with Alice Walker, other days too of course and today especially! As we celebrate this day with

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Words and Pictures

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Numinous (adj.) describing an experience that makes you fearful yet fascinated, awed yet attracted — the powerful, personal feeling of being both overwhelmed and inspired Words and Pictures is an intriguing movie. It curiously weaves the love of words and the love of art into a playful little tapestry. Mr.

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Ramblings from a Closet Introvert

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Well known, successful introverts: J.K. Rowling, Bill Gates, Abe Lincoln, Christina Aguilara, Eleanor Roosevelt, George Stephanolpoulos, Emma Watson, Albert Einstein, Rosa Parks, Warren Buffet, Mahatma Gandhi . . . In an earlier post, I mentioned that if we plan to help others we have to follow airplane safety guidelines and

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Woman Speak – an invitation

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“It is surprising what you can say when you are wearing a guerrilla mask.” a Guerrilla Girl Yes, I saw one of the Guerrilla Girls last night at a rather wild presentation . . .  and yes, she was wearing a very good guerrilla mask. The Guerrilla Girls have been

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Successful Daughters, Speaking to Dads

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“‘Walk the walk’, not just ‘talk the talk'” Alyssa Croft, Ph.D. Dads who take an active role in the household, and house work, are more likely to raise young women who have goals of less traditional and probably higher paying careers. It is fun to look at what studies are

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