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Belonging

Creeping through the hallways of my dreams What is true? What is the mind, spinning half awake half asleep half truths? Even in the walking,

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What If?

For the last few years on my blog, I have only posted on Mondays.  Posting on the same day of the week of course provides

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Sunrise

The blank page is like the blank morning sky at 5:30 and 6:10 and 6:30. A canvas I have seen infinite times before and yet never

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Magnitude of Love

This past weekend, I had the opportunity to attend the Wisdom 2.0 conference in San Francisco, California.  This conference is rapidly becoming one of my

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Made Up Rules

I have a confession to make.  Last week, here on my blog, I published a poem I had written called “Dreams and Hail.”  I had

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Dreams And Hail

Sometimes words visit me in the middle of the night, flashes of poetry and song. And I feel like a dreamcatcher, a witness of stories

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Noticing Time

It is 10:05 pm on Wednesday night.  Within these four walls, my children sleep.  I write and dream and read and eat chocolate chip cookies,

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Progress

“Have I made enough progress? ” she asked, electric anxiety coursing through her words, and a certain familiar tremble in her voice. What is the

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Staying Open

I remember being a very sensitive child growing up.  I was always attuned to the emotional state of others, aware of energetic shifts and the

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The Power Of Words

As someone who has always loved to read and write, I have always believed in the immense power of words.  Words create beauty, evoke feeling,

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The Way Forward

To be honest, in light of last’s week’s election, I felt a great deal of pressure to say something about the outcome.  To be even

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Dear me, Love me

Last week, I participated in a beautiful yoga class that involved reflecting on the cycle of life, from birth to aging to death.  From imagining

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Practicing Love

“If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.” (Mother Teresa) We belong to each other indeed,

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