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posted a Quick Tip about Writer's block. April 20, 2012
posted in WHAT CAN I SAY?
Writer's block
.....................(still thinking of something to write)...............................................(still thinking)...............................(darn, shouldn't be this hard)....................................................................(voices in my head are not talking to me)............................................................................................................................ …
reviewed Writer's block. June 26, 2011
posted in Inspirations
Writer's block
When a memory invokes one to act, when a piece of music rekindles the love in your heart, when out of somewhere the inspiration comes, it is the formula for something uniquely special. That something special is that which calls for something greater than oneself and one’s self-contained world.       To continue to put up something that is meaningful to oneself and then …
reviewed Life Termination Choices. May 27, 2011
Life termination choices
I watched a documentary last night on HBO about how in Oregon you have the right to choose when to end your life. I found it so caring and compassionate ! This is the law in Oregon and now Washington State that you can go to an end of life group that calls themselves"Compassion and Choices" and I think they get the prescription( I did not hear on this program how you actually get the medication to …
reviewed Conviction. April 28, 2011
posted in Inspirations
Conviction
Conviction is an inherent belief in which a person is certain about the occurrence of an event or the fact that something will be true. It can be misguided or misplaced. Nonetheless, it is also a confidence a person held, not so much in oneself or another, but rather in something.      Having confidence does not necessarily mean having a conviction. It can be a subset of one another …
reviewed Confidence. April 27, 2011
posted in Business Matters
Confidence
Confidence can be tricky... one can lose it when one has it at its peak. We often view the state of being confident as a treasure. Kids are drilled and educated so that they may be confident of themselves (often, at the expense of others too).      Confidence can be classified into 3 broad categories: Self Confidence Confidence in others Business Confidence     …
reviewed The Red Book. April 06, 2011
Liber Novis (New Book) (The Red Book) C.G. Jung, introduced by Sonu Shamdasani       Take a walk inside the inquiring mind of Carl Jung. For me the same INTJ Myers-Briggs type as Jung and Jungian scholar proved so enlightening, took me inside my own mind in an eerily correct mirror. Throughout Liber Novis you will see the immergence of Jung’s beginnings of his psychological …
reviewed Voyage from Yesteryear. January 05, 2011
Voyage from Yesteryear
   This is a first contact story between humans and well, humans.      All really good science fiction stories create some kind of out of this world conditions which create some kind of strange background conditions against which the characters interact and each other.  Depending on the story this can be a great thought experiment or it might just be a propaganda …
reviewed TEDxHouston - Brené Brown. December 09, 2010
posted in Awesomeness
TEDxHouston - Brené Brown
I loved this video so much, I had to take notes. I so believe in the concepts espoused in this video. My notes are a little jumbled, but here goes :       Shame is the #1 thing that causes people to not feel connected to other people. Vulnerability is the ability for people to beat shame.    those who have a sense of love and belonging believe they …
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