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Remembering Where We Come From

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Life has so much to be grateful for, while at times, it is filled with challenges and what appear to be insurmountable obstacles.  The latest Supreme Court Justices decisions were like a punch in the stomach for many of us.  It seems we are going backwards instead of forwards on many fronts, most recently the reproductive

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My heart goes out to all those affected by the floods, fires and drought – humans and critters alike. May you be safe from harm, may you have food, water and shelter, and may Mother Nature’s warnings cause us all to change our ways with Her. Sacred One,Teach us love, compassion and honorThat we may

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According to the dictionary, magical is defined as: beautiful or delightful in such a way as to seem removed from everyday life.  Also Known As (according to me): Montana in June (and the Rocky Mountains in general).  The brilliant shades of green, vibrant wildflowers, abundant water flowing, the chorus of song birds, snow capped peaks…the mind cannot comprehend the totality

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Just as rain gives needed water to the earth, so too does solitude give needed nourishment to the soul. (If you missed last week’s Part Six: Simply Listen click here before reading on). When I left off, it was the end of July 2021, and I had just dropped mom off at the airport. She was heading to Rhode Island

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The miracle of spring reminds us of the light within us that never ceases. The soul quietly cries out for attention amidst the distractions of the ego. Listen, simply listen, one moment at a time, to it’s song of eternal love. (To read the last post The Sacred Cloth of Ukraine click here). When I last wrote about the

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I’m going to pause this week the telling of my unfolding story of the two year cocoon.  There’s a calling within to share a culture’s story of hope and perseverance, of love and connection. In sunlight is the hope and willingness of the veil of illusion to be dropped and all suffering to end. (If you missed the last

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I hope you’re well and enjoying the snowstorms amongst the flowers (if you’re in Montana :), or the gift of rain where life finds you. Listen, listen to the rain drop fall on the leaf. It is the sound of perfect union with God.  (If you missed the last post Part Four: Igniting the Fire of Truth

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There is an incredible beauty and joy in the smallest blade of grass rising from the earth in spring. It’s an emerging of life, in both nature and ourselves. (If you missed the last post Part Three: Entering the Castle click here before reading on.)  “Great joys make us love the world. Great sadnesses make us understand the world.” ~Kent Nerburn

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If you missed the last post Part Two: Crossing the Threshold click here before reading on.  I left off at the end of 2020 – I call it the Year of Letting Go. We all let so much go in 2020…how we lived our daily lives (in a nutshell), and for some, the loss of a loved one due to covid. It

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