Tag Archives: New Years

January 1, 2013: Things I’m Still Learning, Part I

He who breaks a resolution is a weakling; He who makes one is a fool. F.M. Knowles It wouldn’t be New Year’s if I didn’t have regrets. William Thomas 2012 was an interesting year, as most of these years are and will likely continue to be. We seemed to have survived yet another catastrophic prediction, […]

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Things I’m Still Learning, Part II

May all your troubles last as long as your New Year’s resolutions. Joey Adams Even with stopping at two parts, it looks like I’m heading into the New Year with a list of needed learnings that could fell me on my best day. Maybe I’ll be satisfied if I comfort myself on knowing how much […]

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eThoughts : Clutter, Part II

We saw each other at that moment—a moment without agenda. It was strange as it had always seemed that to connect required some agenda or the other, whether it was biological, environmental, spiritual, emotional, cognitive, social, individual, whatever. There was vastness in her being. There was vastness in mine. Yet in that vastness was something […]

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eThoughts : January 1, 2012: Clutter, Part I

There she was, coming in like she owned the world. Beautiful, tall, lean, shapely, stately, poised, sensual and sensuous. She commanded—not demanded—attention. She was why the word “breathtaking” came about. I wondered what would take her breath away. And then I knew—and that was when she noticed. As we all know, the New Year is […]

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