Teaching Collaborative Leadership and Life Balance Through Spiritual Mindfulness Practices

to vote or note vote

I love Nancy Gibbs!  She writes in the concluding essay of TIME magazine about how the ‘female candidates own the macho rhetoric. But it’s not for the reason you think.’  She says this, ‘What sounds like a “Sisterhood, hear me roar” rallying cry may actually be calculated to appeal not to women but to men–strong, silent types…

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Hope in spite of…

‘I have heard many such things; miserable comforters are you all.  Have windy words no limit? Or what provokes you that you keep on talking?  I also could talk as you do, if you were in my place; I could join words together against you, and shake my head at you.  I could encourage you…

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Proper speech

A recent conversation with my mother regarding the use of [sic] following quoted material that uses less than perfect form has piqued my awareness of all the venues ripe for [sic]-ified language.  A Facebook correspondence initiated our musings, but a text-conversation I just had with my daughter was pure gold, and I had to reproduce…

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Teaching Collaborative Leadership and Life Balance Through Spiritual Mindfulness Practices