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The 11th Hour

Your eyes are like windows to your soul. They shine and bedazzle as the stars do in the sky! They are like diamonds that mesmerize the person looking at them...Your eyes speak volumes to me in unsaid words. ~ Avijeet Das Standing in the hallway outside a quiet, darkened room, John prepared me for part of my Denver Hospice 11th Hour training ~becoming a volunteer to sit with hospice patients in their final hours. Casually dressed in jeans, sweater and ankle boots, my mission on this day was shadowing John to complete my training. And as meaningful, personally fulfill my curiosity and quest to witness a soul’s journey at the end of life. On this day we were visiting Joan, a Denver...

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Dancing With The Universe

I felt your love intensely in that day. These were the final gifts I carry in my heart that fuel me with courage to move forward. The unintended consequences that come with staggering pain and loss.

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Empowerment = Superpower

Driving between meetings, I had a welcomed sliver of time to purchase a self-indulgent beverage from Starbucks. Ah, the pleasure sipping coffee while driving towards Boulder – Colorado’s Rocky Mountains hugging the landscape to the west, blue sky, billowy clouds and sunshine above. Glorious! Hold the phone, literally. There's a snag in this plan.

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Are You Connected?

Communication in various forms is paramount and most effective when transcending to authentic connection. Connection, when the exchange of information creates synergy producing a sum greater than individual’ efforts. Here, Latin dance is used as an analogy to the dance of life.

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Social Responsibility | Featuring Denver Rescue Mission

Social Responsibility. Connection to others, personally and professionally. Supporting nonprofit organizations, family and friends in need, is as important now as always. The unexpected result from being of service to others is getting back more in return. How we live our life matters and is far reaching in the community.

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Random Acts of Kindness

April 6th. Just another date on the calendar for many. Significant to me because it marks the date my husband, Mike, died. Five years [2018] have passed since then. Thankfully, my grief lessened along the way transcending to acceptance. By this point I’ve lived long enough without Mike to become comfortable in my redesigned life. Tears of remembrance occasionally fall, mostly reflecting gratitude and appreciation for the love we shared. We were one of the lucky couples who experienced the deepest love possible – a perfectly, imperfect marriage. This year [2018] the 6th of April is different from the previous four because I’m "alone" in Bali, Indonesia – 9,100 miles away from friends and family, as many as 15-time zones...

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Bali, Indonesia

The impact a man from the United States has on a man in Bali, Indonesia. Beauty in this story is revealed at the end. What we do, how we live our lives does matter.

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Ready, Set, Launch FLOW!

Welcome to FLOW's inaugural Blog I’m imagining you here with me in my loft office as I write in the wee hours of the morning (I’m a horrible sleeper). Compensating for the early hour, calming music plays from my iPhone and fragrance from a burning candle scents the air as I sip ginger-lemon tea from a monogrammed mug, a favorite gift from my son. In my mind, you’re with me sipping your favorite beverage. Having just rolled out of bed, my hair’s messy, I'm wearing pink plaid PJs and fuzzy slippers, warm and comfy on this cold Colorado morning. A dusting of snow blankets the ground. Sitting in a large leather desk chair, my legs are crisscrossed in lotus pose (I’m a yogi who’s challenged to...

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