Monthly Archives: January 2017

Any Constructive Action

“A meteorologist from MIT discovered the Butterfly Effect:  a butterfly flapping its wings in Brazil can actually create a tornado in Texas a week later. If a butterfly’s actions can have such an impact, imagine the ripple effect of our … Continue reading

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Change Your Mind

Perhaps you have heard this Zen story: “Nan-in, a Japanese master, received a university professor who came to inquire about Zen.  Nan-in served tea.  He poured his visitor’s cup full, and then kept on pouring. The professor watched the overflow … Continue reading

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From the Unreal to the Real

Mali, our rescue Cat, thinks she’s a dog.  Much to my distress, she sometimes sneaks through the doggie door at night.  She comes when she’s called though, so I don’t worry too much. One late night, I heard a cat … Continue reading

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