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 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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