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The Job of a Lifetime

The CEO uses every person that crosses my path to review me; evaluating how I handle myself in all situations from my intimate relationships to my presence with strangers. How I live my day-to-day life ( talk the talk, but also walk the walk) is the best indicator of not...

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Spring Pesto

It's Spring! This is probably the most delicious and requested recipes in my repertoire. I usually make a double batch and freeze half for the days when I am in a pinch for time, but want to make sure my family has a healthy, delicious dinner. By August, I will...

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Spring Souljoy

To live soulfully is to appreciate the small things in life. Maybe it is the Carolina Wren singing for a crowd at Radnor Lake, or a cup of tea with your mom or a friend, enjoying a baguette with olive oil, or cracking open a new book. I am convinced...

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The Day After Easter

It's the day after Easter. A day like any other day. Except what if it's not? What if I woke up today and saw the world as enchanted? Gave God a wink abiding in the soul of me. What if I unfurled my tight grip, and welcomed, actually begged God...

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Easter Green

Over the last couple of weeks, jogging in Percy Warner Park, I have happily enjoyed the gradual greening of the landscape, a witness to the visible resurrection of tree, clover and wildflower. Could there be anything more rewarding and reassuring than the arrival of spring? Nature provides a textbook on...

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