Tag Archives: love

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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Smoke alarm drama & the Holy

A little drama in our little house in the woods this morning! And yesterday morning. And the day before. I crumpled newspaper, laid kindling, carried seven logs into the mouth of our wood stove. Lit the match. Good morning, wood … Continue reading

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I found the missing heart in that messy closet

About two weeks ago I wondered: where in the world is that heart? Did I give it away to someone? Who would that have been? The rolodex of the mind clicked through every possible person. Was it you, you or … Continue reading

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“Letting people be who they’re gonna be”

Earlier this week I talked with a very wise young person. She shared about her spiritual and political beliefs. Laughing a little, she shrugged her shoulders and talked about her brothers with very different outlooks on life. She traveled to … Continue reading

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Awakening to what we really are

It’s possible–just possible–to drive up the road toward your favorite co-op on a sunny July birthday morning–and watch yourself–who you think you are–completely disappear. An hour earlier you considered yourself a human being in a physical body, a separate distinct … Continue reading

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Celebrating my mom’s 88th birthday–from afar

Today is my mom’s 88th birthday! She shares her special day with Veterans celebrating around our United States of America. It would be lovely to spend the day with her, perhaps munching on a cupcake at her assisted living, maybe … Continue reading

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Some people don’t like the term God.

Some people don’t like the term God. Others shiver-me-timbers when they hear Allah. Maybe you don’t resonate with Spirit, let alone Holy Spirit, let alone Great Spirit. Or you don’t like Holy. Holy Schmoly, you think. Do you shake your … Continue reading

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Democrat and Republican, both

Many of us are cheering in the streets, the woods, the cities–Joe Biden is the 46th President of the United States! Many of us are grumbling and angry in the small towns, the meadows, rural outposts–fraud, lies, chicanery, Trump has … Continue reading

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Waiting and thinking and waiting some more

It’s still an uncomfortable waiting time in the U.S. as we all ponder who will reach 270 electoral votes first to become the next president. It can be hard to wait. It’s not pleasant–this sense of not knowing. I keep … Continue reading

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Vaccine for compassion?

Good morning, dear readers. It’s 5:44 a.m. here in the dark woods. No need to kindle a fire in the woodstove this morning–temperatures promise to bless us with Indian summer for the next five days (60 degrees F, 15 degrees … Continue reading

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