Monthly Archives: January 2015

I woke up this morning with my mind stayed on freedom

Actually, I woke up this morning with my mind too much concentrated on itself and on the aches and pains of too much bed rest, and called my friend and chiropractor to have a good session, which I will do … Continue reading

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The Benefit of the Doubt (or… thou shalt not judge)

This morning while picking up things from the floor to avoid later tripping and falling on them as I learn to negotiate the room with an orthopedic boot and a walker, or a crutch when the walker won’t fit, I … Continue reading

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Wounds, healing, light

The wound is the place where the Light enters you. ― Rumi I remember years ago at a workshop meeting a woman who was a potter, and who talked about creating a beautiful jar which had subsequently crashed to the … Continue reading

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Illness, loneliness and compassion

Illness, loneliness and compassion.

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Teachings on patience

Teachings on patience.

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Dandelion beauty (on humbleness and simplicity)

Dandelion beauty (on humbleness and simplicity).

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Dandelion beauty (on humbleness and simplicity)

A friend of mine is threatening to ‘clean up’ my back yard, which right now is covered in beautiful, sunlight-yellow, dandelion flowers. What to him is a dirty back yard, to me is a thing of beauty. Because he has … Continue reading

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