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Journeying: A Perspective of One Traveler

January 27, 2013

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One of the most profound lessons I learned last weekend… REALLY learned… was the idea that it’s ALL about the Journey and NOT the destination.  One that Rev. Meg of the Church of the Larger Fellowship (CLF), who headed the trip to New Orleans, began reinforcing from the beginning, even before we departed for Louisiana. […]

Peace As A Process

January 14, 2013

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I’m low on energy this morning. I was low on energy yesterday too. How can I tell? I can tell by the fact that Ego – that little voice that likes to criticize and nit-pick and complain – is carrying out its business in stentorian style this morning. The messages cascading through my mind are […]

Another Look At Gratitude

November 14, 2012

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The day has the potential to be a very busy one, however, I am happy to say that the service I will be presenting to the Fellowship tonight is done!  (And for that… I am most grateful!) Admittedly, I procrastinated.  I didn’t start writing and organizing it until this morning.  Why?  Especially when things are […]

So What? – Wisdom From My Dad

November 5, 2012

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Thursday was a really challenging day for me…  One thing or another seemingly tried to push me down and keep down.  If it weren’t for my husband, who has been helping to keep me as sane as humanly possible for over twenty years now, I don’t know what I would have done. He helps me to […]

Tools: Small Stones

October 27, 2012

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To be honest, I heard about small stones from, my dear friend and Heart’s Sister, Ashtoreth Eldritch1 some time ago…  But, unfortunately, it was a discovery that I had made at a time when I was slightly unbalanced and little ego had me moving headlong in a different, rather futile, direction. (Remember me mentioning that […]

Goodbye To Perfection: Just Do It!

October 22, 2012

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This morning, I downloaded Evernote onto my computer.  I have it on my iPad and my laptop, but had yet to add it to this computer.  I made the decision to get organized (again) where my writing is concerned.  Many “plot bunnies” are beginning to hop all about me, and I don’t want to misplace […]

Control: Fear Cleverly Disguised

October 21, 2012

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Control. For many of us, much time and energy are wasted on the illusion of it. Originally, I was going to write about ‘faith’ and the difficulty I have in learning to have it.  Faith in the Universe, in others, in mySelf.  Yet, as I began to dig deeper within, I realized one thing.  The […]

Spiritual Tools: Meditation

October 2, 2012

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One of – if not the most – potent tools we have available to us in our quest to connect with Spirit is meditation.  The biggest problem many of us have with utilizing it, though, is based upon a couple of thoughts… “It’s too hard/complicated.”  “I don’t have the time.” These are false beliefs, though. […]