Boys Can Cry

Everybody has Tear Ducts I believe that the reason God gave us tear ducts is twofold. The first reason is that it’s a natural way to clean our eyes; and the second, and perhaps more important, reason is that tear ducts are the pathways through which we can release emotions and heal. Pathways to healing,…

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It’s a Long Way to Tipperary

They say that in order to become a good writer, you have to read a lot and write a lot. This is absolutely true. You also have to keep going…no matter what. And there may be a lot of what. I also believe that if you are consistent and persistent, something will happen. There will…

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We Are Entering a New Age

Hello Friends, I’ve been well, but unusually busy doing radio interviews (some live, some pre-recorded, some in Canada, and some in the States) to promote my e-books and books, as well as blogging for Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global. You can see all of my pieces to date here. I obtained carte blanche from Thrive Global…

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LUBA RASCHEFF PHOTOGRAPHY

I am pleased to announce the launch of LUBA RASCHEFF PHOTOGRAPHY. Here you can follow my latest discoveries, mostly in Toronto, Ontario, the city of my birth. Yorkville I enjoy discovering beauty in artistic niches, and bursts of vivid colors ‘imported’ from mysterious and exotic foreign lands. Special effects and filters are part of my…

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Family Sunday

Work-life balance is important. We hear this term used frequently. So, if you think about it, with weekends being the only time that people have to rest, relax and spend quality time with family and friends, why not institute Family Sunday in Canada? Although the rules about working, or not working, on Sundays vary throughout…

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To Be or to Do?

I participated in an administrative meeting recently where the questions popped up, Are we too busy?” And, Are we so busy that we can’t spend time doing nothing?” For doers—and you know the type, the ones who can’t sit still but must act or else—being becomes difficult. Truth be told, without being able to just…

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7 Favorite LinkedIn Posts

(1) Keep Calm and Fasten Your Seatbelt. Click here to read.   (2) The Zero-Sum Game. Click here to read.   (3) 10 Tips to Writing a Great Blog Post. Click here to read.   (4) How to Write for People Who Don’t Read. Click here to read.   (5) Enthusiasm: a gift from the…

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My Mongolia

Featured image source: www[dot]nomadicexpeditions[dot]com Mongolia—the land of Ghengis Khan, inventor of flash warfare, listed as an unusual and low-terror travel zone (1)—caught my eye. Ghengis Khan. Image source: www[dot]biography[dot]com This YouTube video of what it’s like to travel to Mongolia tells it all. From the art of welcoming visitors by generously giving everything one has at…

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The Paragon of Simplicity

One of the things that really bothers me when I’m surfing the Internet is when people write articles that are loaded with meaningless information or when a level of complexity is introduced from the inception and is deliberately incorporated into a piece in order to, I surmise, deliberately hide the fact that there is either…

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