Monthly Archives: December 2017

Christmas Comes

  Christmas Comes by American poet, Clay Harrison Christmas comes on catlike feet, silently at night while the anxious world is dreaming and everything turns white. Christmas comes like a baby’s cry heard long ago, the night a new star … Continue reading

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  Everything we experience in life is necessary. Life isn’t about a single moment of great accomplishment. Those moments are truly fleeting. It’s about all of the day-by-day struggles; the trials and challenges that slowly get you there—the small, inconsequential … Continue reading

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Right-sizing tradition…

  Christmas is almost here! With two weeks to go, families are very busy. Children have holiday activities; community events fill the calendar; office parties, friend gatherings, shopping and more keep us on the run! Often, running through all of … Continue reading

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  Transparency (behavior), as used in science, engineering, business, the humanities and in other social contexts, implies openness, communication, and accountability. Transparency is operating in such a way that it is easy for others to see what actions are performed. … Continue reading

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