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To Garden or Not To Garden

May 5, 2010 0 Comments

I went to visit my Mom the other day as I do frequently.  I’ve come to know many of the people that work in her building and noticed one of them outside working on the gardens.  It’s spring and the flower beds had been suffering from the effects of winter.  I noticed how much work […]

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Temporal Delay – Star Wars or Inner Wars

June 2, 2009 0 Comments

I came across a reference to Temporal Delay today and with the Star Trek movie out, one might assume that it had something to do with that… but the truth is that it is related to procrastination, perhaps more of an inner wars kind of thing. The article talked about one of the motivators for […]

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StoryTellers – Part 1

May 19, 2009 0 Comments

To reinforce the importance of stories and storytelling, take a look at all of the storytellers around you.  I was at a block buster movie recently (another example of a story in our modern world) and it was packed.  Everyone wanted to experience the latest story.  This got me thinking.  I am not so different […]

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Hardwired For Stories

May 13, 2009 1 Comment

Well, one of my beliefs seems to be born out in the research.  It seems that people are hardwired for stories.  For whatever evolutionary reason (the researchers are sure of the reason), people are predisposed to understanding and needing stories.  If you think about it, it makes sense.  Stories are everywhere. Stories exist in the […]

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