kritajna कृतज्ञा

“Kritajna (कृतज्ञा) means gratitude. It is formed from the word krita (कृत) meaning “cultivated,” and the root jna (ज्ञा) referring to a state of consciousness. Kritajna therefore references a state which is consciously created or chosen. It is the result of being fully present, the realization and acknowledgment of a particular moment in time.” – Jim Kulackoski […]

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to oxmoor center,

to the team that now calls Kaitlin Hartzell the HBIC, welcome to an incredible journey. I don’t know your names or where you’re from. I don’t know your stories, what your visions look like or what goals you’re crushing. But I do know one thing. You are blessed. That leader of yours is fearless. And […]

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It’s 7:27 am. I have been awake for 35 minutes. I slept like shit. A conversation with someone I’d consider rather important to me weighed heavily on my heart all night. It’s pretty classic actually, for this person and I to completely miss the mark in communication. We’ve always seen the same situation(s) from two […]

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welcome home.

I did something today I haven’t done in years. I came home and cranked the stereo. And I danced. Alone. In my room. I turned on my camera and pressed record. I needed to capture this moment. I haven’t danced alone, just for the hell of it since I was in high school. What was […]

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clear for landing.

“Does anyone have anything to clear?” I wish everyone knew the meaning behind those six words. I hear them at least once a day. I say them myself up to 5 times in one day sometimes. They are impactful. They are powerful. I work for lululemon athletica, and clearings are a special part of our […]

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