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The Yin And Yang Of Life

Ancient Chinese philosophy teaches that forces seemingly in opposition to one another are inextricably bound together. The Chinese refer to this concept as the Yin and Yang of life, which is represented by the black and white circular graphic shown below. In simplified terms, Yin and Yang teaches that there is value in…

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Breakfast With Buddha And Other Insights

If you have been reading my blog lately, you know that I have just emerged from a bout of depression, the likes of which I haven’t experienced for many years. My life has changed so much in the past two years and I sometimes question whether I have made the right decisions. I…

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Too Much Time On My Hands?

My Dad says I have too much time on my hands. I regularly send him emails with links to interesting articles found on the Internet. My latest email contained a link to TED.com, an acronym for Technology, Entertainment, and Design. TED started out as an effort to bring together people from those three…

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Chain Of Kindness

Last month in Pompano Beach, Florida, an amazing chain of kindness occurred at the drive through window of the local Starbucks. It started when one man, Arthur Rosenfeld, paid for the coffee of the person in line behind him. Why did he do it? Because the guy was honking and yelling at him….

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Holding On To The Lightness

My friend Pete emailed me a couple of day ago to say it had been 12 days since I last blogged, adding, “we’re all waiting.” It was the first time that I realized I had created Hole In The Donut junkies. For those of you who have been waiting with bated breath, I…

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The Leaving Has Begun

I’m what they refer to as a “short timer” now. Today, in preparation for my departure at the end of this month, I was replaced as Broker-In-Charge of my real estate firm. Feels weird. Up ’til now, I don’t think folks believed I was actually going to leave – everyone figured I’d change…

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