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Written by: Jennifer Kumar, LMSW, Cultural Adjustment Coach/Mentor
Wednesday, June 16, 2010



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Learning to rid of unwanted tangible and intangible things in our life helps us develop ourselves and evolve. I share how I believe the process of ridding, or pruning, of our unwanted traits is a lot like pruning a garden; improving it's appearance, health and beauty.

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2 comments so far...

Re: Pruning – and its Relevance to Gardening, Personal Development and Life Coaching

Very nice take.
Keep pruning - your garden, your innerself and your soul.
I need some pruning too, so I am gonna start by getting a hair cut :)

By The Indians Abroad on   Sunday, June 20, 2010

Re: Pruning – and its Relevance to Gardening, Personal Development and Life Coaching

Thank you, Indians Abroad! Great- yes a hair cut is a great way to start pruning! That made me laugh! Thanks.

By admin on   Sunday, June 20, 2010

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