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  • I want it now.

    Posted on June 4, 2012 by in To Inspire

    This Weekly Me is about what we want when we want it. I had the most amazing experience over the weekend.  I had the opportunity to present the first official Devoted to Me workshop.  While it was primarily family and friends I felt based upon the response that I had made a difference. It was […]

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  • The evolution of inspiration.

    Posted on May 20, 2012 by in To Inspire

    This Weekly Me talks about what inspires us and how it can and will change without notice and sometimes unexpectedly. If you haven’t guessed by now a great deal of my inspiration comes from the writings of Kahlil Gibran.  I did not even know who he was until after my father died.  It was then […]

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  • Human beings have the upper hand.

    Posted on May 7, 2012 by in inspire people

    This Weekly Me is about a gift that only human beings have. For a moment think of the first bird that comes to mind.  Perhaps you thought of a Blue Jay, a Cardinal, or maybe a Hawk, Eagle or even a Chicken.   Whichever one you thought of, next ask which one of these birds questions […]

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  • Peace begins with me.

    Posted on April 29, 2012 by in inspire people

    This Weekly Me is to serve as my reminder of how far I’ve come and how far I still have to go. If you’ve read my story you know that I had a deep inner shift when I encountered a stranger in a not so friendly way.  It was then and there that I understood […]

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  • A cake with different colored icing.

    Posted on April 23, 2012 by in inspire people

    This Weekly Me is about what brings us together. It’s the first day of school and your teacher requests that as she goes around the room each of you tell a little something about yourself.  As it becomes your turn you’d say your name, perhaps your age and what sport you play.  Others would look […]

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  • Sent with Love.

    Posted on April 15, 2012 by in Uncategorized

    For this Weekly Me words escape me.  I know many of us have experienced a tragedy from a distance.  The event has the capability of rocking our world for a brief amount of time but we are not directly linked in anyway.  Last Friday, a beautiful young 13 year old girl, Kaely Camacho, tragically lost […]

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  • What do you want to do when you grow up?

    Posted on April 8, 2012 by in inspire people

    For this Weekly Me the focus is on our need to figure out what we want to do when we grow up.  At the ripe age of 44 I just figured it out. I know what my purpose is and it feels good. Like most of us my age, I went down the usual path.  […]

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  • Could any of us raise a bully and not even know it?

    Posted on March 25, 2012 by in inspire people

    This Weekly Me has to specifically do with the recent trial of Dharun Ravi, the Rutgers student accused and convicted of his actions against his freshman roommate, Tyler Clementi.   In a nutshell Dharun spied on Tyler via a webcam while he was having a personal interlude with an older male.  He spied on him twice, and […]

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  • Live life with a tear and a smile.

    Posted on March 11, 2012 by in inspire people

    This Weekly Me is delving further into the concept… to be who we are we need to feel who we are. For this one we’re focusing on the emotions that we feel as we go about our lives and how it can effect who we are. When we’re happy we’re quick to smile and laugh […]

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  • If We Were Only Like Flowers

    Posted on February 12, 2012 by in To Inspire

    Devoted to Me is here again to give you a dose of The Weekly Me. Picture in your mind a flower that has just blossomed and opened its petals.  No matter the color, size, or shape it sits there in its own beauty and quiet confidence whether we notice it or not.  In this sense […]

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