Monthly Archives: February 2015

lessons learned in the hall…

As I study and teach, I continue to weave together what I’ve lived with what I find in research conclusions. One such example is this: “perception is an interpretive process.” What we have previously learned comes to bear on what … Continue reading

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Why speak?

How much easier, more comfortable it is to remain silent, to live under the radar, to not rock the boat or challenge the status quo. Daily facing the public with thoughts and pleas places me and many others under the … Continue reading

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still muddling through…

As has been a life-long pattern, when I struggle with outward circumstances, my body gets sick. Stress…migraines, colds, you name it, I’m a textbook case 🙂 This example demonstrates that good research always reveals at least a piece of truth. … Continue reading

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the late hours…

As has been the way of things for the better part of 20 years, in times of deeper need, my mind allows sleep to come and stay just long enough to restore to a place of wakefulness so that I … Continue reading

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