Category Archives: Playing With Change

Meditations on Change – 1.16.17 – 2.12.17

What Are You For?

I feel better when I don’t indulge in copious amounts of sugar.  I’m usually pretty good.   But holidays happen.  This past Christmas season, I went on a sugar rampage and found it difficult to stop.  My greatest undoing was chocolate … Continue reading

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Trash Becomes Treasure

My friend John is an avid hiker and lover of the outdoors.  Sometimes when he hikes in the mountains, he notices trash on the trails.  In the past, this would upset him.  He’d launch into an indignant monologue, saying “How … Continue reading

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When Facts Yield To Fiction

A couple of day ago, I attempted to merge onto the freeway.  A dilapidated but fast car in the right lane wouldn’t let me in.  So I stepped on the brakes to avoid a collision. It was a powerful moment.  … Continue reading

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