Monthly Archives: April 2014

  • The Tiffany Tunnel of Life

    Posted on April 27, 2014 by Kyczy in balance, change, hope.

    I love language.  I love words and their use. Sometimes my brain, however, takes the written word and weaves new application; both reading and misreading a phrase.  I recently enjoyed a mystery: “Still Life” by Louise Penny. In this book takes place in a small village in Canada.  In it she used a phrase, “Tiffany tunnel”, to […]

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  • The Hubris of (Imagined) Control

    Posted on April 13, 2014 by Kyczy in acceptance, control, freedom.

    It was probably something someone said.. or it was my own thoughts bouncing around – but I started thinking about my desire to control (people, places, things, outcomes – you name it.)  I usually talk myself away from that cliff; I have been “in the rooms” for a while now and I know that down […]

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  • Vanity, Humility and Just Getting Over It

    Posted on April 3, 2014 by Kyczy in humility, service, yoga.

    Ok -I admit it.  I have feelings of vanity.  I struggle with letting go of the image of my physical self.  I say this not to get the response of “you have nothing to worry about”, “you look GREAT for your age” or any other response of re-assurance. I say this as an observation: something […]

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