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The Rearview Mirror

By Randy Mitchell, published on Feb 11, 2014

I read a book one time about ways of discovering your life’s meaning. It was informative, and filled with lots of ideas and methods of taking your existence into positive territory. And one of the areas I enjoyed most was an exercise in listing at least ten of your biggest moments so far—those trinkets in time helping shape who you are and that left the greatest impressions. For everyone, those experiences can be both, good and bad; a divorce or bad breakup, childhood bully, death of someone you loved. Or maybe it was the thrill of graduating from college, getting your first job, meeting “the... (more)

Tags: depression, relationships, negativity, the future, moving forward, social behavior, learning from the past, past experiences, personal behavior

Beyond The Surface

By Randy Mitchell, published on Dec 14, 2012

When someone new comes into your life, do you use the time to really see them, or do you merely take what’s on the surface, give them their due, and move forward with whoever, and whatever else is included in your agenda? In other words, when was the last time you actually seized an opportunity to get to really know another human being? I ask this because in the fast-paced, super competitive world we live in; having healthy, supportive, emotional connections with others is becoming much rarer.

My last article discussed the new ways we communicate, and how all the electronic gizmos we... (more)

Tags: broowaha, relationships, randy mitchell, social behavior, human interaction, spiritual connections, social levels

Giving the Gift Of You

By Randy Mitchell, published on Jul 25, 2012

I was sitting at home this past Saturday morning, thinking of several ways to spend the day. I needed to do some things: a grocery run, dry cleaners, write, lay by the pool and soak up some rays, catch up on correspondence. But, rather than making the day about me, I decided instead to drive across town and visit someone who I’ve known my entire life. A man whose approaching ninety five years old, one of my dad’s best friends, a gentleman who showed interest in me ever since I was able to walk, a guy whose given far more to the world than it’s given him, a person who sold a beautiful home to... (more)

Tags: communication, randy mitchell, personal communication, social behavior, inter personal communication, human interaction

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