How To Overcome Pain Points

When asked what I see on the page of paper, my eyes instantly go to the small ink spot sketched moments ago. “A black dot.” I overlook the white space surrounding the dot. The same is true for the pain points in our lives. We forget the gifts and kindness bestowed upon us and focus in…

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Moving to the Front of the Line: Loss

In my twenties I came face to face with the brevity of life as three of my four Grandparents passed away. With the passing of each of my Grandparents, I moved closer to the front of the line. As a child, I trusted the order of things. The generation of my parents stood before me and…

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