Posts filed under: Joy and Flow at Work

The term beginner’s mind is usually associated with Zen teaching, but I couldn’t help but think of a beginner’s mind according to Jesus. I love this quote from Suzuki Roshi,...
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During the stay at home order, will you choose to quarantine or to be on sabbatical? I wanted to share my thoughts from a Facebook video I did. But, please...
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Seek to strive for contentment? Doesn’t that make you lazy or stuck or not growing? In our culture where stressing and striving is rewarded and enough is never enough, can...
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To have joy and FLOW in your life, requires that you create space to breathe. These four tips will explain the importance of creating space and how to do it....
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I embrace being a late bloomer. It’s a term that was used a lot in schools when children weren’t maturing academically. Late bloomers can also mean when someone physically, emotionally,...
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Do you have a calling? According to my trusty, tattered Random House Dictionary, out of the many meanings for the word call, these two stood out: To cry out in...
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Without community, you can easily feel lost. A sense of belonging is a basic need that we have just as we need food and water. Not sharing our lives with...
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What is a masterpiece? Does Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Monet’s Water Lilies, Michelangelo’s David sculpture and the Sistine Chapel, or Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh come to mind?...
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When you lay your head on pillow at night, how often do you find yourself thinking I didn’t get enough done, I have so much more to do tomorrow, or...
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You may not think much about finding joy in small things when you have bigger goals in mind. Take the usual bucket list. It’s filled with grand goals such as:...
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