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Switching to Spontaneous Blogging

Frequently throughout the last year of blogging, I’d check in with myself.  I’d ask, “Are you still wanting to keep blogging weekly?”  Each time the answer would come  back, “Yes.” I just asked myself the question again.  This time the answer was “I’m needing some more space in my schedule for some other activities.” I’m […]

April 18, 2014 0
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Happy Anniversary to Us!

I so appreciate you reading my musings – 52 so far today.  Yay for interdependence! I just got back from a visit to see my brother, sister-in-law, and family.  On the road trip I played music by Kirtana.  She writes contemporary sacred songs celebrating divine love and the truth of who we are. The following […]

April 11, 2014 0
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Resting in the Divine

On March 13 I flew into Guatemala City.  I was picked up from the airport and driven to Antigua.  Our guide told us that Antigua, a town of about 6 square blocks, is one of those special locations chosen by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. My favorite place in Antigua is a monastery turned […]

April 4, 2014 0
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R.I.P. My Little One

I returned from my trip to Guatemala late Saturday night.  On Sunday morning I found my “Girl Kitten,” as I called her, dead. I sat down in the sunroom of my house overlooking the garden where she used to scamper and romp, and I wept.  I cried for most of the morning – mourning the […]

March 28, 2014 0
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Taking a Posting Break While I’m Away

Soon I’ll be busy with Guatemalan things.  So I’ll be taking a break from writing this blog post for two weeks while I’m away.  I’ll miss connecting with you. I want to share with you the words that are anchoring the Guatemalan retreat I’ll be on – the words of Eckhart Tolle, “All you really need […]

March 7, 2014 0
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Going on Vacation

What’s on my mind these days?  Preparing to leave for a retreat in Guatemala with a group of folks on March 13th, for 9 days. Woohoo! Our leaders have planned many wonderful adventures and grounding activities for us in this exotic locale.  (More to come on my Guatemalan experiences in future blog posts.) I have […]

February 28, 2014 0
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Acceptance grows out of consistent practice of telling the truth and taking responsibility. What occurs when we begin to do this is that we begin to form an unconditional relationship with ourselves…When I accept myself, love is reborn. When nothing will make me abandon myself or hurt myself, love is present – I am loving myself in the same unconditional way that a parent can love a child….I believe that a useful definition of love is “unconditional acceptance.” ~Christine Caldwell, “Getting Our Bodies Back”


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