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Adventures with Humans

Pearl-Hued Tomatoes

Pearl-Hued Tomatoes

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I didn't want to turn all of this into nothing.

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Here in the SHADE

Here in the SHADE

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“Seymour once said that all we do our whole lives is go from one little piece of Holy Ground to the next. Is he never wrong?"

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The Pinnacle

The Pinnacle

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Tomorrow is another 24 hours later.

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Breakthrough

Breakthrough

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This is going to be a knot that is going to take time to loosen. I offered words of support again, then gently offered the idea of reaching out to her children and considering moments in their lives when she might have wished she was more emotionally able to offer support. Slowly. Slowly. Slowly.

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Pallas Athena Teaches Kindergarten

Pallas Athena Teaches Kindergarten

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"Man, an archetypal being that has possessed our civilization, a constellating centre that has transformed men and women even though it has not represented the whole human.”

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Thresholds

Thresholds

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Forget theft. Failure to inspire is the greatest crime.

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Pallas Athene in Covid

Pallas Athene in Covid

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Let the beauty we love be what we do. There are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground.” ~Rumi

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The Lion

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Keep the door open in case a lion is wandering by.

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 Epiphany

Epiphany

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I’ve found not only profound relief in going inward and sensing that bigger space, but have been delighted by insights waiting within the vast consciousness that is there. Sometimes, the experience is wonderfully overwhelming. If not, it’s always, always neato.

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Everything You Do Matters Right Now

Everything You Do Matters Right Now

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The first was with one of my sons who wanted to know how to talk to people about yes, the reality of climate change, but more so, to effectively yet gracefully express his repulsion at the racist comment casually plated by an acquaintance or relative.

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