Turn words into work

When he was in second grade, Harry Truman came down with a rare bacterial infection that paralyzed his arms and legs. The boy who could hardly stand to be indoors was suddenly and helplessly bedridden. “That’s when he started reading,” Truman’s sister recalled. “He couldn’t do anything else.” He read so much that when, miraculouslyContinue reading “Turn words into work”

The World According to Garp et al

Not because it works for you makes it right! I’m struggling with this right now – my world – the world according to Giselle. Isn’t that how it is for most of us? Our frame of reference, beliefs, conditionings over long stretches of time create what we call our truth and we lock into andContinue reading “The World According to Garp et al”