Becoming Glinda

“The space in which we live should be for the person we are becoming now, not for the person we were in the past.” ~Marie Kondo I first saw "The Wizard of Oz" on my family's black and white tv with adjustable rabbit ears in 1961. I had to imagine the colors of Oz for another three years until we graduated to a color tv . I remember the fear I felt, through all my childhood viewings, as Dorothy and Toto, isolated from the family by her uncle's closing of the storm shelter doors, had to run back into the house.... alone . I remember the dizzying winds that captured Dorothy and her house and hurtled both toward a topsy turvy land that offered whimsical color and costumed small people but no be

#metoo Tip of the Iceberg leans into Tipping Point

Anyone still wondering if #metoo is a moment or a movement? Watch the Tony Robbins video which has gone viral https://www.yahoo.com/gma/tony-robbins-apologizes-metoo-founder-tarana-burke-still-184112946--abc-news-celebrities.html?soc_src=mail&soc_trk=ma. He has publicly apologized for his misunderstanding of the movement saying, ""...sometimes, the teacher has to become the student and it is clear that I still have much to learn," I read Tony Robbins' work after it was recommended to me by my father twenty years ago. I listened to Tony's recordings for eight sequential months in the late 90's hoping to transform my relationship with money (I'm still working on that one). Expecting I might f

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