Monthly Archives: July 2015

Just Breathe

  

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This Little Light of Mine

This Little Light of Mine The book has been in good company for quite a while now, residing in my “books to read” basket with waaaayyy more than a few others. My kindred bibliophiles won’t even raise an eyebrow at … Continue reading

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Wide Open

  

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Just One Ounce

Just One Ounce To all who are journeying on broken bridges with uneven footing burnt and charred across tempestuous waters through raging choking flames with ghosts of yesterday’s despair screaming in their ears. Treacherous tides of self doubt nor cyclonic … Continue reading

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Evolution of a Beach Walk

I’m late but not too. Missed the first peek, the holy moment of illumined darkness, of marvel at the reality of that already experienced by those on the other side of our big blue home. A pod of dolphins wave … Continue reading

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Eventide

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Morning Meditation

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Empathy and To Kill a Mockingbird

“If you feel more important than any human being, think of only one thing your entire life: releasing your soul from this malady.” Faouzi Skali 1953- When I came upon this quote I immediately thought of ┬áTo Kill a Mockingbird, … Continue reading

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Grief,Unsummoned Companion

I went to bed much earlier but awoke just after midnight thinking of my dear mom, who died 4 years ago today. 4 days before she died I wrote the blog post below and each time I reread it the … Continue reading

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