Category Archives: Metaphors

“We think in metaphors and learn through stories” — Mary Catherine Bateson

Some of my favorite metaphors and stories that I’m learning from . . .

Hands Off My Blog: Affirming the Right to Blog

“He’s (Mark Twain) surprisingly relevant right now . . . when you look at how much he wrote and the breadth of the subjects he wrote about, you know that if he were alive today, he would totally be a … Continue reading

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If a Tree Falls . . . Hope Is Not a Strategy for Success

In a world of high tech and intelligent tools, sometimes it’s refreshing to see men depend simply on strong backs, power tools, and a little luck.  And sometimes it’s not. I watched unbelievably as the whole neighborhood turned out to … Continue reading

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