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Which is Up?

To Do List without end mop the floor in the morning dirty again by night brush teeth again and again go-to-work year-after-year same and more of the same We tell ourselves our up are ups, but are they? We mourn … Continue reading

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What Purpose?

How is it that people act as if their lives have some kind of purpose? Daily routine, same story told again and again. For what, I ask? These life rituals are dandelion fluff in the wind. Most do not have … Continue reading

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Too Many Words

Words, they come like a pump that is never shut off. Talk, talk, talk, more talk. Words always fail to fully tell the truth so dependent are they on being well chosen and timed well.  They never tell how it really … Continue reading

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A Simple Thank-you

Thank-you Mother for all I did not see, your sacrifices with love you always gave to me. M others nurture O pening our hearts T hey give, then give again H er heart is your to take E ternal bond … Continue reading

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The Last Moment

Oh, this ecstasy of being totally in this sea of life that washes forward and back until the finale ends and one’s soul slips away at the last moment of the change of tides

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Three Minutes of Reality

Give me three minutes of reality in this world of upside-down illusion. How can one bear the lies, a life of trumped-up stories masked as values, religion, beliefs, all the while no truth to be found. Give me three minutes … Continue reading

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Color My World

Post Click on Post Suddenly my world has changed once I was lost in drabs and greys but then the veil was taken away colors came and kissed each leaf flowers opened their pinks, yellows, blues my world filled with … Continue reading

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The Solace of Still Waters

I walk along the shore of a lake calmed by the end of the day. Still waters mirror pastels of the setting sun; evening is heralded by the mournful cry of a loon. I find solace in these still waters, … Continue reading

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Rainforest News #42

Dark clouds cover sun But they do not extinguish God’s Love always shines! ************************ Mom says I must share, One for you and two for me. I am a good girl! *********************** Make a wish for love. Our treasures soon … Continue reading

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Hurtful Words

Bruises soon heal, but hurtful words last forever. Sheath your tongue. Silence your cutting words. The damage you do to another’s soul with your hate-filled words will come back on you. Speak only with love. Use words that encourage, teach, … Continue reading

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Use Sparingly

Use only what one needs and use it sparingly returning in kind when possible. Do not hoard; do not squander Earth’s rich, but not endless resources. From where will come another forest to replace miles of man’s devastation? Who will … Continue reading

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Sweet Confusion

I walk the region of sweet confusion, living multiple lives at the same time. Layers of conversation mixed with profound times of silence. I am here, but I am not. I move in and out of this world, feeling the … Continue reading

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But Where?

Mothers, sisters, grandmothers weep for lost ones victims of a world where greed surpasses the values of lives Babies born without hope despair is their fate as mothers, sisters, grandmothers shake their heads in sorrow weeping for the lost ones … Continue reading

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The Role of Boundaries

How can I establish my boundaries and be “nice” at the same time? I’m taught to always help, saying “no” becomes impossible. How many times have I said “yes” when my soul whispered, “no!” How can others respect my boundaries … Continue reading

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Rainforest News #45

A kiss and a hug a day To fill us with love’s delight. Where is the mistletoe? ******************************* Nightmares disturb sleep. Bad dreams sometimes hold a key. Look for the message. ****************************** Weeds grow overnight. Daily chore to pull them … Continue reading

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Living Forever

Within each, the urge for life pulses strongly–eternal life. We search for a Fountain of Youth to still the clock moving us relentlessly toward our death. Life without end, immortality, the traitor, the dark self, lurking in shadowed corners. “I … Continue reading

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Paw Prints

Prints on the dirt road tell tales of night visitors. They slither, creep, hop leaving their calling card trails. We have an agreement. I walk the path through the day and leave it for them at night, each enjoying the … Continue reading

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Pat’ Ponderings — Kitty Kat

Mother and a kitten were abandoned near my house with hopes of me caring for them. It is not easy to get to where I live. The box on the dirt road tipped over scattering all. I left food and … Continue reading

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Preparation

The hour before I start my day is preparation a time for inspiration reflection I sip the rich brew write the poems that come watch the sun paint the floresta with golden light It is a time of connection reminding … Continue reading

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Breasts

Breasts the very word evokes images, feelings in us all Why do males have nipples? Are they androgenous appendages to remind us that males and females come from the same Source? How did men and women become enemies, opponents in … Continue reading

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Instant Gratification

Please tell me instant gratification spoils the path of discovery how impatient am I not wanting to wait at all Take away time remove all barriers the queen moves in all directions I wear her crown yet know not her … Continue reading

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Heart’s Desire

Start the day with gratitude with a loving intention best foot forward right side of the bed for when we move forward with the expectation of a life well lived we create the possibility of our heart’s desire.

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Does Not Fit in a Box

The abstraction of spirituality has no parallel in human condition. We can not perceive indeed, conceive of that which we uselessly label Spirit, Creator, Source. Words are empty our feelings fickle imagination limited by our fears Yet we long to … Continue reading

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Don’t Speak of Source

I can not speak to you of Source for It can only be experienced. It is always present our very breath seeming at time indifferent other times manifesting a love so pure that one can only hang suspended in Its … Continue reading

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Source of Energy

  Our energy comes from a variety of sources including our sexual energy. We can focus and use this energy in many ways including the development of our spiritual gifts. It requires a firm commitment and discipline to do this … Continue reading

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