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Quote for Today: Christina Baldwin

I have read the story of a tribe in southern Africa called the Babemba in which a person doing something wrong, something that destroys this delicate social net, brings all work in the village to a halt. 216 more words

Quote For Today

Weathering the storm

The country’s already on the letter I (Inday) of another alphabet-long annual storm parade.  This is our lot.  Our very own cycle of life.   13 more words

Culture And Meaning

"My Kind"

I often wonder why life seems so hard—especially when you’re trying to do the right thing. Sometimes I get overwhelmed with the emotions, expectations, and obligations of life. 282 more words

Grateful

Writing Tomorrow's Post

Tomorrow’s post is going to be easy.

It’s a no brainer, what tomorrow’s post is going to be about. It’s a summary of all that happened this month about this post-a-day challenge that I took up. 469 more words

Thoughts

stepping up to the next stage

The radiation treatment may have ended but the effects soldier on to a ‘high’ point a little while afterwards which, for me, includes a small but critically located skin loss. 233 more words

Breast Cancer

Top 7 traits of great managers!

Do You Have Management Potential?

Whether you are managing or considering managing people or projects there are a number of traits that resonate in all great managers. 845 more words

Leadership