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And a Great Time Was Had By All

A reminder for conscious creators in today’s current political climate: Change out there starts with change in here. It’s all an inside job, because the world can only reflect what we vibrate. So we don’t achieve peace and wellbeing by being anything other than peaceful and well. Conscious creators know we don’t have to make the […]

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  • January 22, 2017

What Really Matters about Tuesday's Election

The other day I wrote about purposely finding my love for “the other guy” in this year’s presidential election. I practiced that love by no longer “liking” facebook posts that shared opposition to that party.  I stopped judging neighbors displaying the other party’s campaign signs.  And I read some favorable stories about the candidate to […]

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  • November 4, 2012

You're On!

Couple things after last night’s election.  Although I didn’t see McCain’s concession speech, I read several tweets from folks who were super impressed with it.  Some even said if they had seen this (gracious and classy) side of McCain during the campaign, we may have had different results. That’s interesting.  It made me wonder how […]

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  • November 5, 2008

Abraham on the Crisis

I shared this Abe quote on our Financial Crisis post comments, but wanted to make sure everyone has a chance to see it because it’s really good.  (In fact, you can watch it on YouTube, too.) Jerry: Abraham, this evening we’re gonna have a presidential hopeful, not hopeful debates but debates between some hopeful presidential […]

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  • October 15, 2008
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