Discovering Legacy

The Pull Of What You Really Love: Part 2

In part one of this blog, I talked about how I rediscovered painting after decades of dormancy.  Part two represents the next chapter in the journey. In mid- November, 2018  I will be releasing a limited edition of 20 of…

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The Pull Of What You Really Love…

Let yourself be silently drawn by the stronger pull of what you really love…Rumi This is one of my recent paintings and I thought the quote by Rumi was apropos for describing my long-delayed return to painting after decades of…

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Uninformed About The Agenda

You can You can assume that older adults have essentially the same needs and priorities as the rest of the adult population but in doing so, you will miss a never to be repeated opportunity to facilitate their final growth…

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And Take My Waking Slow….

  The Waking Theodore Roethke (1954) I Wake to sleep, and take my waking slow. I feel my fate in what I cannot fear. I learn by going where I have to go. We think by feeling. What is there…

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Mind The Gap

Aging parents have a different psychological agenda from their adult children. The agenda of the last phase of life has a laser like focus on preserving control and creating a legacy. It’s all about Lasting and Leaving. Adult children need…

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Last Stories…

Life review is a relational process that mobilizes stories to uncover and identify values, lessons and dreams that become part of legacy. Create safe and inspiring venues for the telling of these stories, settings that facilitate conversations, insights and continuity.…

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