Thursday, May 20, 2010

Not about plants:: Heartpaths

If you were able to peer into my brain, it would look like someone's garage that's being used for pointless storage. You know what I'm talking about? When the garage door opens and from floor to ceiling, random items fill every square inch in a haphazard fashion because they are afraid they might need it someday? Yep. I'm a hoarder.

As a result, I often have to rely on well-organized brains. And the person who wrote the following article, Robbin, has a the skills to say some things I think about a lot but have a hard time conveying.

I thought this article had some valid points. Points I think about a lot. My dear friend calls it the "heartpath." As in, "Does what I am about to do in my business or life have a heartpath, or is it void of soul and true purpose?"

Anyway, I hope you'll check out this article from Brains on Fire (a company with a definite heartpath).


  1. How true! We should all strive to be 'classy' in the sense portrayed by this article.

  2. I couldn't agree more~ I think gardeners are lucky because we are typically "heartpath" kind of people!

  3. I like this part in her blogpost, "Classy people don’t lie to themselves or others. Even about the little things.

    It’s a funny set of words: “classy people”. And I don’t know why she makes me think of them. Weird really. Maybe the more politically correct term these days is “authentic”. "

    The word authentic is one that isn't talked about enough, especially when everyone these days is an authority by the options that now exist. thanks for pointing the blogpost out.



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