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Mar 5, 2014

Community Post: What Happened to Recess?

“Men do not quit playing because they grow old; they grow old because they quit playing.” ― Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. If I close my eyes, I can remember where I felt most myself. I was in kindergarten and my teacher announced free time right after lunch. I had already...
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Mar 4, 2014

Community Post: As Long As We Can Laugh About It

There it was again. That playful smirk, the crooked grin, and that spirited look in those green eyes (the ones with unbelievably long lashes for a guy). “Everything is not funny, you know,” I said. Those six simple words, they sliced the air with a weighted dare—one to prove humor...
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Mar 3, 2014

Community Post: The Day the Office Went to the Arcade

In my mid-twenties, I had the opportunity to work for a driven, high-tech information processing company. Teams of systems engineers, like myself, would spend countless months together, working 80 to 100 hours each week, to deliver software for new customer applications. We called those experiences “death marches.” During one particular...
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Feb 22, 2014

Community Post: Created to Create

I started my web design class this semester by introducing myself and telling the students why I love to build websites: “For me, it’s more than just art or technology; it’s about creating. I feel joy when I create.” The fifth word in the Bible is “created,” and while we...
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Feb 21, 2014

Our Contributors Create Beauty at Work

When I worked at a non-profit in community relations, my "office" was a desk behind a grey divider near a window. My view of the lot, near an abandoned warehouse, included a dumpster and a dingy pavillion. On days when it was warm, homeless folks who availed themselves of services...
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Feb 20, 2014

Community Post: Beauty from the Outside In

At the end of my husband’s two-mile commute to work, he arrives at a large, red, barn-shaped building at the rear of an office park. A bronze heron, legs trailing as though in flight, rests upon the weather vane atop the cupola on the barn’s roof. As he enters the...
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