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Sunday, Church

Rejoice, the cleansing of my lips – rejoice, salvation of my soul!
But I still have a thousand half-loves

mewithoutYou ~ Seven Sisters

For when you feel your sins make you a vastly more interesting, multi-dimensional, well rounded person.

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Heartbreak, Betrayal and Disillusionment

By Marla Estes, M.A., Founder of The School of the Examined Life

“As betrayal strains the logical viewing of how the world works and the logical assumptions on which relationships are built, it throws the person experiencing it into an illogical mode where nothing fits – an inexpressible, altered state.” 1,040 more words

Caryl Gopfert

My Psychic Change

First off, I’d like to thank the many of you for your kind and gracious words in response to my last post and now that the holidays (which I spent with my wife and kids) and I have my computer back (it was sick), I continue on to explore my journey through the aid of writing. 1,481 more words

26th December 2014 - Daytime : Asger Juel Larsen Fall/Winter 2012 - Evening : James Hillman Fall/Winter 2011

Friday Night Going Out

Daytime – Asger Juel Larsen Fall/Winter 2012

Evening – James Hillman Fall/Winter 2011


An Inner Alchemy

Following on from the post I wrote yesterday and having read a comment made by Ursula I am prompted to write this blog.

Yesterday, partly as a response to reading Therese Borchard’s blog : … 1,009 more words


Life Transitions or "Seeing Through" Part III

The first two parts of this three part series are about women are in transition; Sandra and Pamela . In this, the third and final part of this series, I stand back from the literal historical events of these two histories. 877 more words


Customer Experience As Idea, Not Methodology Nor Technology

As a thinker, I am struck by how rare original thinking is in the organisational world. As a thinker, I am struck by how little thinking – as in stopping and reflecting on that which is occurring and the pattern of this occurrence – occurs in organisations. 983 more words

Customer Experience