Posts Tagged with ‘friendship’

Sunday Best – October 28, 2018

When a mother redwood tree falls, from her roots a ring of saplings springs up, called a fairy ring. And when that ring grows up, it is called a cathedral. I was able to gather with dear family and friends recently, and had a vivid image of our roots, all intertwined, holding each other up. […]

Sunday Best – October 21, 2018

Friendship is a sheltering tree.         – Samuel Taylor Coleridge   Sometimes friendship is a welcoming pine amidst a crowded forest, offering a pocket of quiet soft ground beneath. Sometimes friendship is a giant old oak, gnarled and craggy and missing a branch or two, but still standing strong and holding a […]

Sunday Best – September 16, 2018

I met a new friend this week, and we were trading thoughts on what we’ve learned as we’ve gotten older. She noted, “I no longer endure.” My first thought was, oh dear! Are you tired, or weak, or incapable? My second thought was, ohhhhh, that’s exactly what you mean. We are so trained to think […]

Sunday Best – February 3, 2018

Friendship is a sheltering tree.                   – Samuel Taylor Coleridge Here’s the wonderful, hopeful, loopy thing about gratitude: once you’ve experienced friendship, you want to be a friend. Once you’ve been cared for, you want to care. Once you’ve been sheltered, you want to shelter. Dear Honeybees, […]

Read. Sleep. Evolve. Travel. Be Kind. Keep Going. Lessons from Byron Wien

I have long been an admirer of Byron Wien, longtime investment strategist at Morgan Stanley and Pequot, and now Vice Chair at Blackstone.  For many years he has had the courage to go out with his signature “10 Surprises of the Coming Year” list, and even more courageously, at the end of the year he […]

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