The idea of being comfortable and okay with mystery is something that stood out in Palmer's (2000) writing in Ch. 9 & 10. We are always concerned with knowing or fixing our issues, but how often do we sit with mystery and the unknown? This blogger talks the benefits of living in mystery (i.e. growing intuitively, calm perspective, TRUTH, etc.) Palmer encouraged me to take more time to sit with the mystery in my life and instead of being afraid of it, embracing it!
Globally, the average cost of a slave is $90.According to some estimates, approximately 80% of trafficking involves sexual exploitation, and 19% involves labor exploitation.There are approximately 20 to 30 million slaves in the world today.
How to Overcome Burnout and Get Back on a Routine (Part 1)
And it was morning as God stood before his twelve children and into each of them planted the seed of human life. One by one each child stepped forward to receive his appointed gift. To you Aries I give the seed first that you might have the honor of planting it. That for every seed…
This pin reminds me of a personal networking group talked about on p. 125 in "The Innovator's DNA." Harry, Hermione, & Ron have always had a reliable group of individuals (affectionately known as Dumbledore's Army) to lean on for support and for fresh ideas (as seen in this clip). Having a solid group of diverse individuals, or our "go-to folks," is important to our practice and for any task we have in the field. This is an example of one of those groups!
Wheatley (2006) talks about the importance of relationships in every form of life...including work! This clip provides some fun "tips" on how to improve the relationships that you have with coworkers & colleagues. This makes me consider my own workspace and how it may improve by maybe using some of the tips and valuing the importance of building relationships in the workplace.