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Let’s play Treasure Hunt

Yesterday I drove west and north toward “big town” grocery shopping up in Houghton. At first I asked the Holy if we could play a game–Treasure Hunt. That’s a game where you keep your eyes wide open and the Universe … Continue reading

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Pandemic memory: is there anyone else on earth?

In 2031 imagine your grandchild running into your kitchen grabbing a chocolate chip cookie and asking, “Grandma, what do you remember about the pandemic in 2020?” What do you say? How do you describe this year with so many challenges … Continue reading

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Password theft, frozen screen and I-don’t-know-anything

Yesterday–computer announced that five of my passwords had been compromised here in Internet World. I dutifully proceeded to change them. No problemo, right? This morning your blogger accidentally plugged in the wrong end of the camera-to-computer cord and froze the … Continue reading

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Bad girl, bad dog, bad person: don’t beat yourselves up, please

Yesterday I still felt zamfizzled. If you are zamfoozled about what that means please click here. However, some chores were accomplished. Christmas decorations now deck the halls of our little house in the woods. We’re also smack-dab in the middle … Continue reading

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Zamfizzled

Yesterday proved to be one of those lie-about-on-the-couch-and-get-very-little-accomplished-days. Even though I had the best of intentions. Just no energy to clean, zing, zang, zip or zow. (I don’t know what zow means, but the Urban Dictionary says it’s an acceptable … Continue reading

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God loves nonsense, too

Last night I decided to write a light-hearted blog post today with the title “God loves nonsense, too.” At 1:30 a.m., wide awake, staring at the ceiling, my mind dictated an entire serious and logical post about “levels of awareness” … Continue reading

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Looking at death and dying from a spiritual perspective

Today I want to shift the lens of perception and share about death and dying from a spiritual perspective. After all, this is day 47 of a seventy-five day journey to connect more deeply with God, Spirit, Holy, Loveā€¦to explore … Continue reading

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Brave warriors shining light in the psyche

Why can’t we ordinary humans move from the Holy? Why do we lose ourselves in the fuss, worry, anger, annoyance and judgment of life? Why do our emotions keep running the show when we least desire–why do we swear when … Continue reading

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The barrel is empty

** I’ve got nothing for you today, Holy, the barrel is empty.** –It’s not coming from you, dear child. Trust into Me.– **I’ve nothing to say on Day 42.** –Let’s sit in silence together today. Sometimes I have to empty … Continue reading

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Reflections on daily blogging

My 75 day commitment to connect more deeply to the Holy Heart, Spirit, God, Love…to explore “What the Heart knows” during the waning days of 2020 is halfway over now. We’re counting down toward year’s end. Thirty eight, thirty seven, … Continue reading

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