Walking Through Fire

The end of 2012 comes with important discussions on where we are, how far we’ve come and how we got here.  The topics of the day involve gun control and the so-called “fiscal cliff.”  The decisions being made by the United States government at this […]

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Fear and Loathing

    Today many are talking about 12/12/12, a number with meaning for some, an interesting fun fact for others.  Most of us will not live to see another repeating date, that’s sort of interesting.  If we watch or read much news we certainly feel […]

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A Season for Giving

Tis the season, so they say.  We all try to do our part but when organizations take up the challenge to make positive changes a little goes a long way.  Today Google recognized just such organizations.  I was impressed by the activities and the acknowledgement.  […]

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Connected by Consciousness

I watched Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday today and was amazed, elated and validated by the story her guest had to tell.  Neurosurgeon Eben Alexander sat down with Oprah Winfrey to discuss his book “Proof of Heaven.”  You may see the full episode here. I have […]

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Frozen in Tradition

This first week of December comes with the anticipation of what 12/21/12 will bring.  It also comes at a time when the world is in a period of deep soul-searching. The signs of the holidays are all around, have been since before Halloween.  The traditions we […]

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Mother’s Milk

This video features old film footage from Cheryl Hunter’s childhood set to a prose poem she wrote about her life and what it means. [youtube=http://youtu.be/32fC076Xuxc]

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Ten Ways To Make A Marriage Work

So you’ve decided to take that plunge into everlasting bliss with your soul mate?  Well if you want to make it past the first year or the first kid then play your cards right. I am ten years into my third marriage.  Maybe that qualifies […]

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Too Busy Being You To Be Me

Sometimes we find ourselves caught up in how to fix the world around us and lose sight of the one place that all the fixes must start…the person in the mirror. I have spent years trying to solve everyone’s problems, fix people, change situations or […]

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The New Man

Watching my husband and my sons-in-law at my home on Thanksgiving day, I realize that the move toward a better balance has already begun in some men. Past generations have relied on traditional behavior for men as dictated by society and culture. The protector, the provider, the […]

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Turkey or Tofu?

The recent request by PETA that the President use the term “spare” rather than “pardon” caused a bit of turmoil inside myself this morning.  Their premise is that a pardon indicates guilt, and the turkey is not guilty of anything thus has no need of […]

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