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Working from Home; A Digital Revolution

Bob Jones has seen the future of work and it looks a lot like home. Explore how the remote workplace no longer seems like a far off place....

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Knowledge at Our Fingertips; You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet

We have spent the first half of June exploring concerns and dangers of our ever-emerging digital world.  This is the first of four articles which loo...

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Getting Soft; Casualties of a Digital Age

At the turn of the century, Theodore Roosevelt preached the gospel of the “strenuous life; of toil and effort, of labor and strife”. Over one hun...

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Hacking Our Future; Time to Circle Your Web Wagons

Privacy is a fundamental right, but as Bob Jones explains asserting that right takes some planning. ...

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Reclaiming Privacy in the Digital Age

In today's interconnected, technology-driven world, many are re-thinking the consequences of "over-sharing." Bob Jones suggests ways to lead a quietly...

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Digital Addiction; The World’s Next Great Health Crisis

Coping with the digital crack of our networked age....

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Digital Life; Challenges of A New Frontier

The topic we are investigating in June is “Mastering Our Digital; Recovering the Real World.”  In a series of four articles and four ...

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Grief Transformation; Cocoons and Butterflies

We have spent a month together this May delving into grief. From the Five Stages, to coping, and even celebrating.  There is always more to say. ...

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Complicated Grief; Frozen in Loss

There is a the kind of grief which never eases but instead remains sharp, cutting, ever-present, and harsh - it's called complicated grief....

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Grief Re-purposed; Reveling in Life at the Moment of Death

We continue to explore loss and grief with this third-in-a-series of four journal followup articles on Loss and Grief.  This piece refers back to...

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Comprehending Grief; Five Lessons for ‘Passing Through’

Five Ways of Comprehending loss and grief based on the teachings of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross....

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The New Normal; Strength and Wholeness from Vulnerability

Learning to cope with the daily barrage of tragedy. ...

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Grief and Loss; Helping Others Cope

The time comes when those who we love and care about suffer significant losses.  It is important to remember that death doesn’t have a...

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Grief and Celebration; Twins or Pairs of Opposites?

We are not in the habit of welcoming or celebrating death and loss.  It seems counter-intuitive or just plain wrong on so many levels.   We ...

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Grief and Vulnerability; So Hard to Go There

Someone once told me that vulnerability is what we most want to see in others and least want to be seen in ourselves. Becoming vulnerable can be one o...

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Grief and Loss Unbundled; Revisiting the Five Stages

Bob Jones reflects on the Five Stages of Grief and his own time studying with Elisabeth Kubler-Ross in 1969. ...

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Life to the Fullest; Five Ways to Accept the Presence of Fear

How do we live life to the fullest knowing that the tentacles of fear might reach out and sting us at any time? Here are five ways to do just that....

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Through the Glass Darkly; Our Fear of Strangers

The premise of my journal entry, The Fear That Divides Us, was that many Americans today seem to be overwhelmed by fear of those who are stranger...

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Descending Into Fear; Finding Spiritual Wholeness

I recently wrote about how love trumps fear.  Truly, love is the only game in town as far as trumping goes.  We are programmed by our cultur...

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Never Numbing Out; Overcome and Carry On

This is the first of four follow-up articles on the many facets of fear including a four-part Interview/Special Report with Rabbi Moshe Scheiner of Pa...

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