Super Mall of Enlightenment - The Homecoming Dress

Wake Once Know Eternity Fall has arrived in the Midwest and that means football and homecoming. Quaint communities’ main street shops with their windows painted in preparation for the homecoming parade, football game and dance. It takes me back to the days when my children were playing in those games and attending those dances. OH SO important times to an adolescent's life. I have 2 boys and 1 girl. The stories I could tell about the perfect outfit for the dances are many. My oldest son was usually an easy task, he would tell me the color of the girls dress and I would go buy something from my favorite bargain department store. He never complained and always accepted whatever I brough

The Transformation of the Catapity - Was I Born a Warrior?

I sat down to write a story today; a story of transformation. What came to mind was an event when my daughter was about 7 years old. It happened on a beautiful spring day. She came running into the house screaming that she had found a “CATAPITTY”. I instantly realized that she was referring to the brown and yellow fuzzy caterpillar she was letting climb up her arm. My earnest reply was “Wow, How cool is that! Let’s find a jar to keep it in.” So we put Ms. Catapitty in a mason jar and poked holes in the top for air. Determined to make her new friend’s home cozy my daughter set out to retrieve a stick and some leaves from the bush where she found her new fuzzy friend. Along with a tiny bo

The Yin and Yang of the Entrepreneur - Tips to Balance Your Business -

Recently I fell upon a beautiful teaching regarding the Yin Yang symbol. As I listened I realized that it was addressing an uneasiness I had been wrestling with. This symbol and teaching had the answer to my attempt to balance my female approach to business. As I discuss what I have learned it would be helpful for you to have a Yin Yang image in front of you as a reference. Here are a few definitions that may also provide additional points of reference: "In Chinese philosophy, yin and yang (also yin-yang or yin yang, 陰陽 yīnyáng "dark-bright") describe how seemingly opposite or contrary forces may actually be complementary, interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world, and how they

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