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Why Occupy Wall Street Matters to You

Why does this global wave of demonstrations (951 cities in 82 countries this weekend) matter to you, right now, today, in your office or home, reading this? Because it is calling you to ask yourself “Do I want to create a society based on selfishness and materialism or a society based on caring and equality?” […]

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But Now you Know

You know that moment when your soul’s curtain parts and you see – with searing clarity – a life long pattern as if for the first time? Oh of course you thought you knew this pattern – and you did – but you didn’t. You knew it like something written backwards on a mirror in […]

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50 Ways to Leave Your Karma

One of my friends and teachers is Eric Klein. He is simply brilliant. I learn something from him almost every day. The clarity of his heart and mind shines through in everything he offers. Eric helped me find the focus that is Savor & Serve. I am blessed to share him with you today! Be […]

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6 Fool Proof Ways to Make A Difference

One Acknowledge that you want to. Feel into the ache in your heart or the tug in your belly.  Bow to your desire. Maybe your desire is to educate girls, end under-earning, heal veterans, open a dialogue between warring neighbors, stop bullying in your kid’s school, get people dancing…. whatever it is, embrace your longing. […]

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A Big Week on the Interwebs

As you may have noticed, I’m offering Teach Now again, with my friend and co-creator Michele. It’s one of the best things I’ve ever had a hand in creating. I’ve been on fire writing guest posts about teaching and I thought you might enjoy one or two of these butter bits of goodness… can you […]

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A Genius Gets Out of Hot Shower and You Will, Too

It appears to be Patti Digh week here at the Savor & Serve blog. Today, we have another helpful writing video: What to do when a swarm of glittering ideas overtakes you on a saunter, but when you get home, you find you got nothing. All that brilliance crumbles between your keyboard pecking fingers and […]

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How to Make Fear Your Writing Companion

My friends Patti Digh and Susan Piver and I met up on Skype last week to plan our September writing retreat. While we were there, we discoursed in helpful and hilarious ways on how to make fear, if not your friend, certainly somebody you can write along side of. Isn’t that a great idea – […]

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You Just Want to Be Heard

seen witnessed grokked. Isn’t it so? You don’t want to be fixed made better no! The white bone of your soul wants to be heard.   To be heard, it appears, we also must be listening. Which entails opening the tent flaps on our hearts and letting the stories of pain and suffering, and of […]

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How to Defeat Resignation

There are days – weeks! years! – when it is so tempting to despair. To slip into resignation like an old shirt, dingy and stained, far from flattering, but oh so easy. Comforting in its utter lack of responsibility. :: Perhaps you look at the government of your country and wonder how people elected to […]

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