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Lisa Garon Froman

Lisa Froman is a writer, poet and communications professional based in Baton Rouge, La. Lisa has worked for nearly 30 years in the communications industry, primarily in advertising and corporate communications. She is the author of Tao Flashes, A Woman's Way to Navigating the Midlife Journey with Integrity, Harmony and Grace. It's an inspirational book loosely modeled on the teachings and wisdom of the Tao Te Ching, an ancient Chinese classic written more than 2,500 years ago. Lisa took the wisdom of the Tao Te Ching and interpreted it from the viewpoint of a midlife woman to create an inspirational book filled with reflections on authenticity, integrity and grace, and affirmations to support midlife women. Her blog, Tao Flashes, focuses on spiritual and inspirational topics and people.

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Waiting for Grace to Catch Up

I have a friend who is going through a difficult time right now. Like many of us, she is stuck between the rock and the hard place that is sometimes midlife. She juggles a demanding job, demanding teenagers and demanding in-laws. And she does it all with nary a complaint. But lately, her brown eyes have …

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Going With the Flow

Wu Wei is the Art of Going With the Flow A cadence that is ours to follow. It is important to trust in this flow. When we surrender to it we know we are part of a wiser plan devised by an intelligent universe. In Taoism, going with the flow is called wu wei. It means “not doing.”  …

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