Sounds of generosity…

Today I’d love you to hear Staci Seyferth-Taylor. She is an amazing woman on a journey, open to exploring her unique contribution to the people around her in Michigan. We’ve just spent the last two and a half months bumping into each other online in Seth Godin’s Bootstrapper’s Workshop, which I mentioned in Growing hope… …

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Generosity shapes…

Generosity isn’t some ethereal concept. It’s tangible. We can feel it and point to what it creates. Yes, it’s real. Even though we can’t buy it or put it in a box. And here’s the thing: it shapes what it touches. That’s you and me. Yet we have to choose to see it, acknowledge it, …

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What’s the story?

What’s the story we are inhabiting? Because of who we are as human beings, and the nature of the world we live in, there are likely to be patterns. As you look back and look around you, what do you notice? What are the reactions and the self-talk you see and hear? And where are …

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We inhabit a world of stories. It’s how we make sense of what’s going on around us and in us. The thing is, if we don’t know it’s a story*, we may assume it’s the only version of reality. But it’s not. *Story – a description, either true or imagined, of a connected series of …

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Hope multiplies

Hope is like sourdough. If you treat it with respect and care, and provide the right conditions – it will grow. That is its nature – it can’t help it. Then you have more to give away. Because it multiplies. (And if you keep it all to yourself, you’ll just get fat…)


Hope for or hope in?

Walking through today, and yesterday, and the days before, I’ve been asking this question: what and where is my hope? Is it hope for? Hope that something external will happen. That circumstances will change. Or someone, somewhere, will take action that makes a difference. Or is it hope in? That hope looks in a different …

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