Monthly Archives: May 2010

Believe honest people

Yesterday I wrote about how responsibility means caring for your gifts. On today’s news the word responsibility was used in a different sense. In a radio interview about the circumstances of the flotilla on its way to Gaza, an Israeli … Continue reading

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The elephant-bird

One statement that struck me powerfully from the past week was: “You’re only gifted with what you take awesome responsibility for. Otherwise you lose it.” (Teria Shantall, logogroup) On a practical level we need to relate to other people’s property … Continue reading

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Catch-22

Any time there’s a discussion about doing what we can do while knowing that we can’t control the outcome I’ve noticed an uneasy feeling that comes up for me. Yes, we find ourselves by losing ourselves in the values that … Continue reading

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Grabbing floaters

Do you remember when you were small blowing those white puffy dandelion flowers and watching as they float gracefully into the wind? Thoughts float by us like that. We don’t hear our inner voice and we think we’re not creative … Continue reading

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Psychology in film

I’ve started appreciating the psychological aspects of film-making since my daughter has been studying it. Here are just a few: Once I said I would have preferred a different ending to her film. She responded that she had considered that … Continue reading

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Maturity

We want this blog to be different. Comments are not only for saying “Hey, good luck with your blog!” That’s nice too, but we invite you to share your thoughts, to become part of the ongoing discussion. I heard someone … Continue reading

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Blogging

Blogging reminds me of jogging. Like everything else in my over-busy schedule it’s relentless. As much as I’ve written there’s always a new day and a new task ahead of me. Having many repeated tasks to do becomes boring if … Continue reading

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