Monthly Archives: August 2011

Picturing Hope

How do you picture hope? We live hanging onto hope or we dwell in despair. But what’s a good way to describe this intangible substance? A fire ravaged big sections of San Diego County in 2003. The Cedar Fire, as it’s … Continue reading

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Making Even Small Investments in People

Have you ever given a little bit of yourself to help someone and later (maybe years later) reaped unexpected dividends? Recently I enjoyed dinner at an elegant restaurant on the San Diego bay on a fine summer evening; my favorite seafood … Continue reading

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Good Reads: Telling Our Stories

The Help by Kathryn Stockett We all have a story. But we are not all free to tell our story, for different reasons. “The Help” focuses on a group of women who were forced to hide their thoughts, their aspirations, … Continue reading

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