Tag Archives: trust

When our voice gets lost

Posted on 22. Apr, 2010 by .


“Cat got your tongue?” my mother would say. Today I had two experiences of seeing and feeling the effects when our voice gets lost. As I picked up my son from the school bus, I learned that he and the other children were acting out and therefore got “pink slipped” – isn’t that something that […]

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Let’s play hockey

Posted on 08. Apr, 2010 by .


So I’m about to write this piece and my son asks, “Mom, can you play hockey with me?” Do I start writing despite his request or do I go play? I’ll be back…It’s been 10 minutes, I’m back on the page and ready to go. I made a choice to be distracted, to indulge in […]

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Taking the long road of persistence

Posted on 29. Jan, 2010 by .


This week I did something that I’ve never done before – I shared my written thoughts in the form of a ebook on my website. Sure I’ve been blogging for sometime now and sharing pieces of my inner landscape and life, but I have never declared “I’ve written a book.” I say this rather tentatively […]

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Just keep going with no attachment

Posted on 11. Dec, 2009 by .


“Just keep going with no attachment.” These were the words of encouragement I was given today, as my coach and I concluded our call. (Yes, coaches have coaches.)  In recent days I have had to deal with my own guilt around a family issue and this guilt was not brought on by anybody else but […]

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