If gifted people want to fit in, they obviously need sufficient Gifted Space. How much do you need? Read on . . . Take a seat in the sky and look down at people on the move. See how they respond when they get physically closer to each other. In Japan they’ll touch. In Texas […]
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I’m not a Christian but I do have a fondness for some of the parables I heard as a child. They nudge us out of complacency with their simple statements of natural truth. The parable of the sower has particular relevance for gifted adults because it highlights the vital – as in genuinely life-maintaining – […]
I have a friend, a warm and delightful person, to whom I can turn for advice, insight and a felt sense of indefinable uplift. His intuitive power and intelligence are self-evident. As he talks with me in easy conversation I feel safe and confident in his ability to take a balanced and compassionate view. Until […]