Embrace My Weakness

I wrote my personal declaration a few weeks ago and “scheduled” many things into my daily schedule. All new things. All things that will be taking a significant amount of time to adequately add into my habits. So, it wasn’t perfect. Actually, it was a complete and utter F A I L U R E. There […]

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Coffee’s Hold on Me

“Go-Go-Samurai” is resounding in the background of this morning. I just spent a few minutes, in my pyjamas watering the trees in the front lawn with my orange Fiesta coffee cup in hand. I spent my barefoot time with the hose thinking about the dandelions and dreaming about having less clover, less moss, less weeds […]

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A Falling Away

I am walking now. I even drove a bit this week. I’ve been doing laundry, making some of the meals, ridding closets of outgrown/worn out clothing – evidence that my children grew without me nurturing their bodies with food, or wrapping them in clean garb, or even snuggling them on the couch – watching them […]

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Rejecting Joy?

Rejecting joy to stand in solidarity with the suffering doesn’t rescue the suffering. The converse does. The brave who focus on all things good and all things beautiful and all things true, even in the small, who give thanks for it and discover joy even in the here and now, they are the change agents […]

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