Revolutionary Agreements Workshop


TOMORROW - FREE ONLINE WORKSHOP: We are entering a new era in leadership here in the U.S. which will affect the whole world. Regardless of your political views, it is more important than ever to support yourself with practices that expand your capacity to lead an inspired life and to fulfill your mission with love.

This free online workshop with my trusted friend Marian Head, hosted by the brilliant Mark Porteous, is just a brief taste of the amazing benefits the Revolutionary Agreements can inspire. Here's what you can expect:

* Create deep and lasting change of anything that’s currently not working for you
* Strengthen relationships and resolve issues without even involving the other person
* Live your mission and support others in living theirs

Please check it out if you feel called!  For MORE ON THE WORKSHOP Click Here

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Allowing the Flow of Light


It is easy to feel the flow with others who are dancing and playing in the light.  It is invigorating knowing the light will attract others wanting to come and join and shine in all that joy and playfulness. It is such a wonderful and beautiful place to be, to feel. The question is why, when we are feeling the greatest joy, the most wonderful light, does it often seem like someone near to us comes in and sucker punches us and drops us to our knees? The feeling of the darkness trying to take away our light is nearly unbearable. It seems like they have no desire to change the pain and sadness and no desire to let us change ours, no desire for us to feel that joy.

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'Tis the Season


’Tis the season…not that season. I am talking about the school season. That’s right, all the excitement and frenzy of seeing friends again, starting new grade levels, gaining new knowledge, finding new maturity and, of course, the thrill of getting new school supplies. The pleasure of it all is enduring to my own childhood memories of the school season.

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Carefully Taught


The lyrics of a song, Carefully Taught, struck me profoundly as we were sitting through a performance of South Pacific with our eleven year old son.  My primary consideration wasn’t the obvious prejudice of race which the lyrics are speaking to but it was the “you’ve got to be carefully taught” that captured my deepest reflection. My first thought was wondering what I am teaching our child that could cause him to hate and fear.  It was a chilling realization to ponder.  Here are the lyrics:

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Our Common Global Values

Will we remain divided by our differences or come together as one? A paradigm shift from separation and isolation to connection and collaboration has the power to transform the world.

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Let's Open Our World

It’s easy to think there are more things dividing us than uniting us. But we actually have much more in common with other nationalities than you’d think. If you dare to question who you really are, head to to WIN your own DNA journey: a DNA kit and the chance to visit every single country you're from!

Let’s Open Our World is an invitation to cross boundaries, embrace our differences and open our world. At momondo we believe that everybody should be able to travel the world, to meet other people, and experience other cultures and religions. Travel opens our minds: when we experience something different, we begin to see things differently.

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Love Has No Labels

FROM THE AD COUNCIL:  While the vast majority of Americans consider themselves unprejudiced, many of us unintentionally make snap judgments about people based on what we see—whether it’s race, age, gender, religion, sexuality, or disability. The Love Has No Labels campaign challenges us to open our eyes to our bias and prejudice and work to stop it in ourselves, our friends, our families, and our colleagues. Rethink your bias at

Most Americans agree that people should be treated respectfully and fairly. Yet many people in the United States still report feeling discriminated against. For example, one in five LGBT people report feeling there is little or no acceptance of their community. Six in ten Latinos report that discrimination is a major problem and a majority of African Americans report that they are not satisfied with the way they are treated in society. The Diversity & Inclusion campaign encourages everyone to reconsider the biases that we don't even know we have.

The Ad Council's mission is to identify a select number of significant public issues and stimulate action on those issues through communications programs that make a measurable difference in our society. Fore information, news, events, and more, please click here:

#LoveHasNoLabels | Diversity & Inclusion | Ad Council

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Writing Trumps “Righting”


For the first half of my sixty-five years, I strove to be what others expected of me. My well-intentioned mother taught me many important-to-her life lessons such as, “Don’t win all the time. Let the boys win.” Among his litany of Dale Carnegie quotes, my dad offered, “You only get one chance to make a first impression.” Given that every moment was another first, I spent much of my life stressed out about showing up doing everything “right.”

I just completed a two-week Tai Ji program with a teacher who has been encouraging me since 1989 to let go of my attachment to “getting it right” and instead relax into my true nature. Discovering and expressing my true nature is a continual journey for me.

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What Should I do With All This Love?


I woke this morning with a heart filled with love. I was caught by surprise because I did not know what to do with it. Standing alone in my room, I pondered the possibilities. The options were endless and overwhelming. How can I possibly choose what to do with the love in my heart? What if I choose the wrong option? What if I choose an option and I do not have enough love for the task? What if I choose an option that takes all my love away and I do not have any left for me or my family? What if I give my love away and I never have love in my heart again? The pondering was beginning to cripple me. I could feel my legs weaken and I began to sink to the floor in fear. Just when the crushing feeling of being overwhelmed was about to completely zap me from any sense of the love I had in my heart, my inner knowing swept me up upon my strengthened legs and I began to dance. In the moment of my first twirl, I knew the answer to all of my what ifs: it was to share the love abundantly with no fear of limits. For the beauty of love is when you share from the place of love it can only grow. For the rest of this day I gave away my love. I shared it from that deepest knowing of love and all I received in return was love. I received it from that deepest place of knowing within me that illuminates my entire being…love and more love.


Michelle Marie Grabanski Pohlad

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