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Monthly food for thought!

Posted by Pat on January 26, 2014 in Uncategorized |

Do you have any new thoughts as we move forward in  2014? Maybe some old thoughts that are still applicable today? Do any of these shared today remind you of something you forgot to remember? I’ve again limited my selections for the end of this month’s  review to just eight (and that’s always difficult for me!) So here’s […]

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Fix Your Broken Windows

Posted by Pat on January 19, 2014 in Uncategorized |

There’s a concept in law enforcement known as the broken windows theory, which says that we take cues from our environment-so if a neighborhood shows evidence of minor lawbreaking, like graffiti or vandalism and these things go unchecked, people in that neighborhood become more likely to break bigger laws. But if you address these minor […]

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Which role in the pack do you fulfill?

Posted by Pat on January 12, 2014 in Uncategorized |

I got an intriguing glimpse into two different cultures (both the wolf culture and the Eskimo culture) as I reread the Newberry Award classic of 1974 by Jean Craighead George, titled Julie of the Wolves. I’d be interested to know where you would find yourself in them! This is a moving novel of a 13 year […]

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Remember the computer saying G.I.G.O. ?

Posted by Pat on January 5, 2014 in Uncategorized |

Did you know that at birth, a baby’s brain contains 100 billion neurons, roughly as many nerve cells as there are stars in the Milky Way, according to a Times magazine article? And what do we feed it? My first reaction? “Wow, we get all that power and hardware with no owner’s manual or instruction […]

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