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    Higher Living Reflections

    I’m so sorry!

    It’s rare that I agree with the late John Wayne, but his line as Captain Nathan Brittles in She Wore a Yellow Ribbon cuts to one of my pet peeves, what my good friend Cheryl Ilov, author of Forever Fit and Flexible: Feeling Fabulous at Fifty and Beyond, calls Excessive Apology Disorder. “Never apologize, mister, and never explain – it’s a sign of weakness.” Wayne’s line is a bit over the top, for if one has hurt or offended another, then the ethical…

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    Yes, I am worthy!

    Before you can win, you have to believe you are worthy. – Former Chicago Bears’ Coach Mike Ditka For fourteen years, teaching eighth grade was most fulfilling. Colleagues from forty years…

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    Finding the Magic in You

    We’re a results-oriented society, thus the outcome of an activity is paramount to Americans. Planning is integral to the process. And with that, control over it. Outcome begins with intent. What…

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    My Life Story Arc

    Imagine stepping out of yourself and becoming the all-seeing, omniscient observer of the person you are and have been. You have full knowledge, of course, and complete, as opposed to flawed,…