Tag Archives: conflict

Still intrigued

On Sunday I wrote a blog post using only questions. It was based on the book “Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know” by Adam Grant. You know the feeling when creativity just makes you happy? When … Continue reading

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Conflict, ice cream & snow for breakfast

Picture this.  The day before Thanksgiving.  Waking up to about eight inches of beautiful fresh white snow outside our Little House in the Big Woods.  The wood stove humming and throbbing to heat our home, relishing its breakfast of hardwood … Continue reading

Posted in November 2013 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 22 Comments

The titillation of conflict

I am still amazed at our human propensity to be titillated about conflict. Something in the human mind loves drama. We so often rush to read about negativity, challenges, despair, suffering. We’re often intrigued to learn more about the day’s … Continue reading

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Conflict

How do we humans get along? How do we understand one another? We’re coming from 1,383,357,295 perspectives! None look at life the same. You look at life through your viewpoint, and I look at life through mine. How do we … Continue reading

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