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The group's well-being

Commit themselves to their own, each other’s, and the group’s well-being.

An important mentor in my life used to talk about how essential it is for a leader to be able to think about a goal, the individuals in the group working toward it, and the group as a whole. 534 more words

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To their own well-being

Commit themselves to their own, each other’s, and the group’s well-being.

True: I cannot schedule a colonoscopy. I am apt to report that the challenge in doing this is the scheduling process itself, but I suspect that may not be the only reason.

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Themselves

Commit themselves to their own, each other’s, and the group’s well-being.

 

Community is said to emerge when people engage in common practices, make decisions together, depend on one another, and commit themselves.

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Commit

Commit themselves to their own, each other’s, and the group’s well-being.

 

This weekend I tried to remember the last time I promised to do something. I am not referring to showing up when I say I will or paying my bills.

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Narrative of greed

One’s disturbed by stalled
career, talking louder than 
the man he is with.

Over coffee they
lament their need to avoid
the sad legless man. 41 more words

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Well-being for all

Folded cardboard box
Stays the earth’s damp, but rain
Ruins doorway sleep.

High end fashion pumps
Click him into the day light —
So close to his head. 17 more words

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What's the point?

This past weekend I touched a $2,135 sweater. No one stopped me, so I touched the $965 matching pants. Over $3,000 before underpants or socks or shoes. 202 more words

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