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nativity


nativity
Originally uploaded by rehuxley.

close up on the nativity scene from the office Christmas wreath I made…

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hark the herald angels sing


hark the herald angels sing
Originally uploaded by rehuxley.

This a wreath I made out of packaging material for an office chair. My office had a contest with these seeing as we had about 20 new chairs come in. The text in the middle says, “Hark, the Herald Angels sing. Glory to the new born King!”

Sorry about the low resolution.

Don’t forget our December Creativity Challenge

What does “peace” mean to you? Post your thoughts, pictures, artwork, and creative energies here!

suffering


suffering
Originally uploaded by rehuxley.

More collage work…might be a little disturbing to some.

souvenir


souvenir
Originally uploaded by rehuxley.

New collage work…

Curved roads ahead


Curved roads ahead
Originally uploaded by rehuxley.

I am color blind (red and greens – although I can see some reds) but people tell me this is an interesting green fog photo. Took it with a very cheap eyemodule camera out of my car window.

Left-Hand Column Exercise: Understanding our Mental Models

Left-Hand Column Exercise: Understanding our Mental Models

The left-hand column exercise, developed by Peter Senge, is a tool that can be used to help us “see” into our beliefs systems and to discover how they affect our thinking. Oftentimes, the left-hand column exercise will reveal ways in which we manipulate situations to avoid dealing with our feelings and thoughts, thereby losing the opportunity for honest and meaningful dialogue. It also can help us see how we sometimes keep ourselves from full, authentic communication because of assumptions we hold (often in our subconscious minds) about others who don’t necessarily see the situation as we do.

Step #1: Start with selecting a specific situation you’ve been involved with during the last month (it can even be in your own group) where you experienced the following:


Get more of this creativity builder exercise here!