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Oh how the months speed by…
The latest from Our Little House in the Big Woods
- What does “Oh NO, where did my purse go?” have to do with spirituality?
- Sacred shell of the spiritual dyad
- Raking with the Heart
- Worry stew
- Seventy-five days until 2021: What the Heart knows spiritual exploration
- The unsayable and the ordinary
- I am a sheeple with my big wooly sheep coat. (And so much more.)
- Insecurities: a crack where the light gets in
- Walktober meander: no trail, no path, no destination
- No politics today. No virus talk. Just autumn colors here in the Upper Peninsula.
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Years ago I wanted to tell you a story. Unfortunately, I wasn’t blogging at that time. Taking a break, as you’d have it. So the story was swallowed away into memory. Today I am going to share the story of … Continue reading
In the old days, older than the oldest days, long before you drew your first ragged breath, long before your grandmother’s grandmother’s grandmother drew her first ragged and tentative breath–that’s when this story begins. In the bottom of Lake Superior … Continue reading
I often wonder. How big can our love be? Does it stop with ourselves? Is our love only for our individual human self, our Kathy, our John, our Diana, our Lee Ann, our own precious being wearing this human flesh? … Continue reading
Shhh, dear reader. Let’s whisper. Let’s remember. Let’s lower our voices. Because this is the in-between time. It’s in-between Christmas and New Years. It’s in-between gift-giving and a brand new start. It’s in-between the old and stagnant–and the unknown.
I have been thinking a lot about wholeness this week. My friend, Deb, shared a post on Facebook recently about how she’s achieved wholeness in several areas of her life: as a parent, as a spouse, as a descendant. She … Continue reading
So many of our hearts seem troubled these days. We’re worried about politics, the state of the nation, the trials of the world, the gullies of the universe. We’re pained about health, trapped children, money, jobs, relationships, pressures. We’re feeling … Continue reading