Are You Creatively Maladjusted?

Posted by Pat on January 25, 2015 in Uncategorized |

This week we celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day for many good reasons, but one thing that  stands out for me is his coining of a new phrase: creatively maladjusted.   And in a sermon on this topic Martin Luther King Jr explicitly said: Everybody passionately seeks to be well-adjusted…but there are some things in our world to which men […]


The Upside of Irritation

Posted by Pat on January 18, 2015 in Uncategorized |

Admit it! At times, we all can be a bit like The Princess and the Pea. Life can offer us so much goodness, but all we sometimes do is get irritated by the few small things that don’t go smoothly. We’ve all been there. We find ourselves so bothered by some experience in our day: […]


Ants and Bees, a Metaphor

Posted by Pat on January 11, 2015 in Uncategorized |

Life lessons are everywhere! Let’s look at  Ants and  Bees as metaphors for our lives. We can learn a lot from watching ants and bees living in community and working for the greater good. More than any other species, ants and bees function as parts of a whole. They cannot and do not survive as individuals; […]


Persistent Starting

Posted by Pat on January 4, 2015 in Uncategorized |

Have you ever felt overwhelmed while trying to achieve a goal? I have, and I would guess you have too. That’s why it’s important that you have a good strategy! And one good strategy I have found is “persistent starting.” As Neil Fiore in his book The Now Habit states: “…essentially, all large tasks are […]

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