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So if he's the viceroy, who is roy?

Welcome back to George vs the Listener Crossword.

OK – confession time.  I’m late writing this up and there is no good excuse, but there is one particularly bad excuse.   697 more words

Setting Intentions & Filling Our Glass

I’m sharing this post by Hope Koppelman, creative director and editor at TUT. I love this article as it reminds me that I am in control. 406 more words


The Tyranny of Self (a/k/a Mike Dooley's Madness)

A supporter of the non-profit I lead told me about a man named Mike Dooley. “Watch his videos,” she urged. “I think you’ll find his ideas very interesting.” Her faith is the root of mine (she is Jewish; I am Christian) and I love her dearly. 1,608 more words

Life Lessons

To get results fast...slow down

In a world of “get results fast” we commonly ask this question. How do I get where I want to go a s fast as possible? 1,211 more words


King Tut's Dagger

X-ray spectroscopy lays a decades-long metal mystery to rest

When archaeologists discovered Tutankhamun’s tomb, they were stunned by the riches contained within. One of the weirder artifacts of the tomb was a dagger that confused scientists, sporting… 319 more words

Interesting Things

Why Do We Share So Much of Our Lives?

I was having trouble finding inspiration for a blog post this week, and I almost let this week slide without one until I found that inspiration yesterday (which reminded me that sometimes ideas have to come to me vs. 920 more words