Rehearse. Rehearse. Rehearse is the refrain of a dancer or anyone in the performing arts. The work of polishing pieces for stage seems endless and…
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Last weekend I had the good fortune of being in the company of my friend, singer/songwriter Abigail Dowd and listening to her music live at an outdoor…
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The dandelion is the only flower that represents the celestial bodies in its short life cycle. It opens bright like the sun, it turns into a round puff…
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We are “one body” are words that play in my ears, often flow from people’s (especially ministers and theologians) mouths, and are exclaimed in sacred…
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I first encountered the word “truthspeaking” when I was working to crystalize my personal Rule of Life for the Third Order Society of St. Francis…
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“For unto us a child is born . . .” (Isaiah 9:6). Since childhood, I’ve reveled in the spirit of Christmas. So it should come as no surprise that I…
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Joy is one of those elusive words that is really hard to describe or even define. For if we were joyful all the time, the world would look different…
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At a time in my life when I seemed to be encountering numerous unexpected events, I found myself collecting them in my journal. I decided to give them a…
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Many years ago as Adjunct faculty for a Midwestern college, I taught a six-week course, Rituals and Celebrations. My middle-aged students, returning to…
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Truly it is Life that shines forth in all things! / Vast, heavenly, of unthinkable form, it shines forth . . ./ It is farther than the far, yet near at…
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Often in my writings, I talk about vibrations and how important it is to keep our vibrational field high, above 200 according to David R. Hawkins, as…
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