Monthly Archives: May 2013

His First Sunrise

The first time my five-year-old grandson spent the night at our house he woke up before 5:00 a.m. This really should not have surprised me because I know he wakes up early every day at home. As a matter of … Continue reading

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Engaging Peace!

Originally posted on WHAT A HEART CAN HOLD :
As someone who believes in the possibility of a more peaceful world, Kathie Malley-Morrison of  Engaging Peace knocked my socks off  when she appeared as the featured guest on Oneness and Wellness, a…

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Engaging Peace!

As someone who believes in the possibility of a more peaceful world, Kathie Malley-Morrison of  Engaging Peace knocked my socks off  when she appeared as the featured guest on Oneness and Wellness, a local access cable show out of Dedham, MA. … Continue reading

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We Are Not There, Where We Died

Originally posted on Kara Swanson's Brain Injury Blog:
Today was the day.  The last day.  The only one left.  Every year, when my Mom’s lilacs bloom, I bring some to her grave.   Usually they bloom around Mother’s Day but…

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Writing, waiting and shameless self-promotion.

Being a writer is sometimes described as lonely or isolating. In some ways, I suppose it can be both lonely and isolating, but that has never really been my experience as a writer. Perhaps, that is because I share almost … Continue reading

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Playing hardball with the fossil fuel industry: if not now, when? if not us, who?

Originally posted on Transition Times:
Bittersweet sadness fills me this morning as I read an excerpt at Women’s E-News from Eve Ensler’s new memoir, In the Body of the World, about her long, determined, agonizing battle with uterine cancer. Eve…

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Tiny Little Beings

I liked this. I hope you do too. Thanks to Sheri for another great post!

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