Category Archives: Personal mastery

Relational Wisdom: Part V


I grew up in a very small town in eastern Colorado.  Seibert was a town of 200 including the cats and dogs.  The prime industry was dry-land farming and ranching.  The prime produce was winter wheat that was planted in … Continue reading

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The Windy City


I think one of the most beautiful pictures an individual can capture is the man-made structures of a city at night with all the lights flickering in the distance. Over the course of the last 4-5 days that I have … Continue reading

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Relational Wisdom: Part IV


Trust  wanes over time.  Let me say that again.  Trust wanes over time.  Here’s a great example, as a baby you have total trust in your parental figures to feed you, change your diaper, put you to sleep, etc.  You … Continue reading

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Relational Wisdom: Part II


Have you experienced a person who has hurt you deeply with their sarcasm or a put down? Has their look or their behavior given you the message you were not accepted by what you had said or done? It may … Continue reading

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Relational Wisdom: Part I


I have read Proverbs over 48 times in my life.  You’re probably asking why the figure 48? I do have an answer to that.  I was challenged in 1970 as a college student when I was going to a rural … Continue reading

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A Heart of Reflection


At 2:30 this morning the alarm went off and a groggy body slowly meandered toward the shower to try to wake up.  Today was the day that I had an appointment to see my oldest daughter in Chicago where she … Continue reading

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Choosing Counselors


I have begun to think of all the counselors that I have had over the years.  When you think of counselors, your mind is probably drawn to people you pay to get their advice like myself.  When you think from … Continue reading

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