Tag Archives: trust

Guard rails, speed bumps and yellow lines

These are are physical barriers designed for safety and controlling traffic flow. Typically, they are installed after a road is built.  I wonder why some people choose to install similar types of barriers before relationships get built? When they do, … Continue reading

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Stepping out from the shadows…..

Just do it. You’ll be very surprised what can happen when the light shines on you.

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Role Models

Here is my definition of a good one. A person that behaves properly when no one else is around would be someone I could respect. I guess it depends on how they roll?

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Recommendations

When you ask someone to recommend a service, a restaurant or even a person and they hesitate because they are thinking of an answer, how good do you think that recommendation will be? The longer they “um” and “uh” and … Continue reading

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A new way to give

I believe the general term is called crowd funding. I like the concept because the donations are generally given to an individual or family, not to a large non-profit organization. Yes there is the possibility of abuse and deceit. I … Continue reading

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Family defined

I was chatting with a friend at work today about Valentine’s Day. That led to a discussion about the dynamics of a family and how the traditional definition of family has changed. Her definition of what makes a family work, … Continue reading

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