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Wisdom, Dignity and Courage Shine Amidst the (Senate) Circus.

"The hateful, the aggressive, the truly, truly awful manner which with so many are acting now has got to end. This is not who we are. This is not who we should be. This is not who we raise our... Continue Reading →

Energies of Now: Uncomfortable Truths and Generosity of Spirit Co-Arising

"If you shut up truth and bury it under the ground, it will but grow, and gather to itself such explosive power that the day it bursts through it will blow up everything in its way." ~ Emile Zola Pretty... Continue Reading →

Blog-share: Surviving or Thriving? Mental Health and Wellbeing.

Here's a thought-and-heart-stirring post from Jessica Davidson about Mental Health Awareness Week (in the U.K.): "It’s Mental Health Awareness Week and this year the focus is on why people struggle to thrive with good mental health. Instead of looking at... Continue Reading →

Energy Weather: Zap Zone, Cray Cray and Muck Waves

Oh yeah, it's been a doozy of a few days. Or week. Or more. Peep-reports from the field, which sync with my own experiences and/or observations of those around me, suggest a Zap-Zone with a very stirred up, mucky shared... Continue Reading →

Energy Weather. Sacred Spaces. Black Madonna

I'm sharing a couple of things today - a bit about the current 'energy weather', plus my fellow blogger Anne Whitaker's musing and beautiful photographs from her recent 'travel therapy' visit to the cathedral of Salisbury, England. Anne's lovely post... Continue Reading →

Who Speaks of Liberty?

"Who speaks of liberty while the human mind is in chains?" ~ Frances Wright, writer, abolitionist, social reformer, 1828 Frances "Fanny" Wright lived and died more than half a century before women in the United States won the right to... Continue Reading →

Chariklo: More Than Meets the Eye

What do astronomy, Grace, Greek mythology, and April have in common? Last week, astronomers shared news of their discovery that Chariklo, an asteroid (or possibly dwarf planet), has rings around it -- something thought to occur only in larger planetary bodies,... Continue Reading →

MLK on Creative Maladjustment and Transformed Nonconformists

Today is the anniversary of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s epic "I Have a Dream" speech. In another of his powerfully challenging and inspiring speeches from 1967, he talked about when we might want to adopt a bit... Continue Reading →

Hard Work, Good Work, And Zombies

Listening to various speeches from the Democratic National Convention over recent days, I noticed that in addition to the always-inspiring 'Founding Values' of our republic, there was another theme that was being hammered consistently from the very start: "Hard Work."... Continue Reading →

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