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November 19, 2005

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» Carnival of Healing #18 - Grace from Crossroads Dispatches
The greatest thing is to give thanks for everything. He who has learned this knows what it means to live. He has penetrated the whole mystery of life: giving thanks for everything. - Albert Schweitzer (via the clear still waters [Read More]

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"We don't have to be two separate people...our personal selves and our business selves...we can try to integrate our principles into our one self." Yes! Thanks for the post. That's precisely Zen. And Zen is also tasting mango for yourself rather than reading a menu or savoring a book on mangoes instead.

p.s. Sounds like you are musing about SXSW panel on naked blogging already.

You are correct Evelyn! I've been thinking about it a lot...musing aloud about how I allocate certain posts to my business blog and certain posts to my personal blog. The lines of demarcation seem clear to me, but probably would seem blurred to others!

Two examples:
http://workerbeesblog.blogspot.com/2005/11/lessons-from-sandbox.html
http://workerbeesblog.blogspot.com/2005/11/carnival-of-marketing-doesnt-motivate.html

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