Monthly Archives: March 2010

Hurry up and Wait

Recently I’ve started a few new projects. Some of them are part of a project team, and some are solo projects. Sometimes I like to work on projects as part of a team. Sometimes I like to do something on … Continue reading

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Everyday Miracles

The last couple days, I’ve had a couple experiences of connection with higher wisdom, or divine source, or whatever you want to call it. It’s basically a miracle. I mean, you could just call it a good mood. We don’t … Continue reading

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A duty to passion

Over the last twenty years or so, we have seen many ups and downs in the corporate economy, and a corresponding number of people leaving the big corporations to start small businesses of their own. There are always hundreds of … Continue reading

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Who needs arts funding?

I’m about to say something really unpopular. Now, before I dive right into that shallow pool, I want to preface my remarks. I’m a writer, and I also enjoy acting (as a hobby). I volunteer at a local improv theatre. … Continue reading

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Moving forward

Much of my life has been like a plane taxiing around an airport, heading for one runway, then another, but never quite taking off. Oh sure, I’ve had successes along the way. I had a good job (by society’s standards), … Continue reading

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