Monthly Archives: July 2014

Stagnant Ponds

Stagnant:  not growing or changing;  not circulating or flowing.  When something or someone stops growing they begin to die. Minds and hearts are like ponds.  If they are open, growing, and circulating with new information and experiences, they thrive and … Continue reading

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Creative Writing Exercise – Just for fun!

RANDOM WORDS FOR THE DAY:  shadow, gone, eternity, friend, garden, beat.  Use these words in a story, fable, etc.  Share yours if you want. My example: A SHADOW of depression hung over me.  My FRIEND and fellow soldier killed in … Continue reading

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END THE MADNESS by Nancy D. Rossow, Ph.D., LSSP, NCSP

For the “Christmas in July” theme that seems to be upon us in the commercial world, I repost the following essay from Christmastime, 2012.  Sadly it still remains relevant today. I wonder if we have learned anything. **12/2012  I sat … Continue reading

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Sad reminders of the civil rights movement

I’ve been away from my blog for sometime dealing with life’s challenges  – some positive , some negative.  As a  writer, psychologist, and spiritual thinker I need to write as much as I need to breathe. It frees my mind, … Continue reading

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