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Posts from the ‘Reflections’ Category

This fucking year….

So, here we are - the end of 2016. And what a year it was.

It sucked right!?

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Only this body

The problem is, you think you have time.

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Condensing of Time

Life in the moment can be this ridiculously good thing.

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Walking through

“Somebody ought to tell us, right at the start of our lives, that we are dying. Then we might live life to the limit every minute of every day. Do it, I say, whatever you want to do, do it now.” — Michael Landon

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Intentions for this new year

“When you are grateful, fear disappears and abundance appears.”
― Anthony Robbins

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Sometimes it just all flows

“May what I do flow from me like a river, no forcing and no holding back, the way it is with children.”

― Rainer Maria Rilke

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30 for 30s

But -- this I now know: The world is too amazing and this life is too short.

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A 10-word plan

I recently read about one women's focus for the year, boiling it down to a 10-work plan. I felt inspired to boil it all down.

Here's mine:

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Intentions

I've never been a huge fan of New Year's -- it just seems fraught with high expectations, over priced food and drink and a whole bunch of amateurs crowding the streets. And then everyone and their hermana reflects back on the past year, makes resolutions for the new year, then writes about it. Not for me. Maybe because it seems so arbitrary to me, versus the solstice, which actually is something.

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What lies below the surface

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to tour the Eastside Access, which is a huge public works project, building tunnels 120 feet below the surface in order to move people in and out of Manhattan. It won't actually be open until 2019. I was able to visit as part of my work, since one end of the tunnel is behind my organization’s building, thus as part of a courtesy of having to deal with blastings and the whole building shaking on occasion, we get a tour on occasion.

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