What we can learn from the seasons.

As I looked out at the vibrant leaves hanging from the trees, I reflected upon the beauty of autumn.

The native New Englander within me may be biased, but there is nothing better than fall in the northeast.

The air is cool and crisp, fresh and invigorating. The moon is illuminated even brighter against the night sky. Wood stoves take off the chill and leaves rustle on the ground as the wind rushes them along.

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At what point does self-interest become selfishness?

“This chapter in my life is all about me.  I’m done losing myself to others.”

The self-improvement, self-development and self-growth movement is all around us.

People have had it with being taken advantage of, saying yes at their own expense and are now, somewhat, rebelling.

They will not say yes so quickly. They will establish firm boundaries.  They will do what’s good for them. To hell with everyone else. Continue reading “At what point does self-interest become selfishness?”