Category Archives: Contemplation

On Love – Entry 3

Today I’ll tell you about an author I was recently introduced to and absolutely adore. Her Name is Louise Hay. She is an author/motivational speaker. Lost in the ups and downs and ins and outs of depression for the past … Continue reading

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On Love – Entry 2

Again pondering the question, “What is something that I love that has absolutely no negative connotations??” Let’s talk about my hound, Homer.  The saying “Any woman who says diamonds are a girl’s best friend has never known the love of … Continue reading

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On Love – Entry One

This past Monday I spent some time with one of the most wonderful and spiritual human beings I know in one of the most beautiful and spiritual places I know.  The darkness I referred to in my last post was … Continue reading

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Darkness and the Warrior

Sometimes I find breathing utterly agonizing. More often than not lately there is this darkness that aggressively threatens any light I try to generate. My thoughts are that I need to essentially take on a warrior attitude. For the longest … Continue reading

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Stricken and Bruised

“It’s just bruised, not broken”…Sigh of relief. But, bruises are not always undevastating afflictions.   If you tell someone you have a bruise they’re not usually going to respond with any urgency. And if you happen to be the “bruised” you’re not … Continue reading

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Color and Poetry

Finding passion in the little things today. As I type I’m enjoying a strong cup of black coffee and a decadent dark chocolate biscotti and I’m thinking… “Wow, this is really great! I mean, this morning treat I have practically … Continue reading

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Writing for the Sake of Writing

Still reading and re-reading The Artist’s Way. Trying, and admittedly failing more often than not with the “writing everyday for the sake of writing” part of the process. It’s been so long since I wrote everyday. In high school it … Continue reading

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