Archive for December 2012

Martha and Mary: Two Sisters, Two Perspectives and Jesus

Martha and Mary: Two Sisters, Two Perspectives and Jesus
Most of you know that I am not a religious gal. The Bible is not a book that I know well, and barely at all, in fact. That being said, I do feel that Jesus was a highly evolved being who walked this planet inviting us to become aware of the Christ Consciousness possible within... Read more »

12-21-12: Three Doorways!

12-21-12: Three Doorways!
Well, it is finally upon us, the BIG day called—12-21-12—and there are perhaps only three main versions of its meaning: Apocalypse/Doomsday/Beginning of the End No Meaning/Myth/Same Old, Same Old Consciousness Shift/New Dawn/Book of LOVE As for my interpretation, since I allow for multiple perspectives and truths to share the same space, it is going to... Read more »

Newtown, Connecticut: Time to Change the Way We Educate Our Children

Newtown, Connecticut: Time to Change the Way We Educate Our Children
Many blogs and articles have already been written about different aspects of the human tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, and I have been tuned in and trying my best to listen to all sides without judgment. After some quiet time with myself, I am moved to write about what is closest to my heart in regard to this... Read more »
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Holiday Gifts: Perhaps Too Much of a Good Thing

Holiday Gifts: Perhaps Too Much of a Good Thing
For years now, I have actually felt BOTH excited AND uneasy when it comes to holiday gift shopping. It’s not that I don’t thoroughly enjoy giving gifts to those in need and otherwise. In fact, our family just finished assisting my husband’s boys’ advisery at the local high school to send off 10 boxes to... Read more »

My Dying Friend

My Dying Friend
Several years ago, after hearing me speak at the local library, an acquaintance contacted me saying that she had woken up in the middle of the night with a strong feeling that I should visit her thirty-six year old brother-in-law who was dying of pancreatic cancer. I reluctantly agreed, as at that time, I had... Read more »

The Old Man in the Coffee Shop: He is ME

The Old Man in the Coffee Shop: He is ME
The other day, I excitedly met a woman for coffee to discuss our work, our passions and how we might collaborate on a few projects close to our heart. It was a beautiful afternoon, and I whooshed into the bustling city cafe with red cheeks, my new hat, and generally, brimming with life. At forty-two,... Read more »
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The Veil is Thin: Create a Relationship with "Dead" People

The Veil is Thin: Create a Relationship with "Dead" People
Well, a Happy Monday morning to ya! Don’t want to scare readers off right away with this title, but I do actually mean exactly what the title suggests here. After writing the “Create a Relationship with Your Body” blog last week, it came to me that this would be my next offering in the blogosphere... Read more »