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Do You Have the Courage to Stop Doing?

From human doing to human being…how a little stillness can go a long way… Our basic state of wellbeing is obscured because of the essential paradigm (or misunderstanding) we live by, namely, that we are human doings, not human beings.  … Continue reading

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When “Posting” Your Life is More Important Than Living It

On a recent visit to the Museum of Modern Art with a friend and her daughter, meandering through the museum’s exhibits, I was struck by how often my friend’s 13-year-old daughter asked us to take photos of her (on her Smartphone) … Continue reading

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Are We Only As Important as Our Platform?

I was told by several publishers that I would have to blog in order to strengthen my “platform” and get my book published by a major press.  Sadly, all this technology, this business of getting a platform, is entirely in … Continue reading

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