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Halos and Hawks

Something shifted earlier this week. And I’m not talking about the ground under me from the 5.0 earthquake we recently experienced here in El Salvador. I had just finished walking the dog when I saw the shadow of their expansive … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Garden: Keep Digging

At the farm on Monday, we harvested sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes are root vegetables that grow in the ground. From the surface you only see leaves and stems, but if you dig down deep enough, you will find a sweet surprise. Harvesting sweet … Continue reading

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Life lessons from plants: Growing in a suitable environment

Different plants are best suited for different environments. While many plants have adaptations for surviving harsh conditions, prolonged exposure to less than ideal growing conditions can result in stunted growth or worse, plant death. For example, a mango seed can … Continue reading

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The Scenes of Something Good

I love venturing out to the North Shore. Today, I met with a farmer and he graciously showed me around the farm and spoke with me about permaculture and the different variety of crops he grew. The farm had a … Continue reading

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“When you’re no…

“When you’re not committed, you leave a crack open for hesitation. Hesitation leaks energy…With commitment, you’re able to keep on moving forward, in spite of discouraging circumstances.” -Bobbi DePorter, Quantum Success Tomorrow I head to the North Shore to speak … Continue reading

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