Monthly Archives: December 2014

FINDING LOVE IN WINTER

Finding love to give, receive, binding us to the vast space and worlds Above, whether or not we notice or believe. . . defining thus our human souls that kindle Warmth and Light amid the winter dark and cold. . … Continue reading

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CLARITY CAN COME

Clarity can finally come out, shine proud, once you lay the situation where movement is allowed, So the sun can brightly shine where the meek confusion that did reign to Light’s power does fast succumb, like the quick dispersion of … Continue reading

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OUR BEST IN TIME

Each according to our way, we do our best. . . we act, we rest we wait and see. . . and time glides by. . . as we our years do gently ride, the waves that move, and ebb … Continue reading

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MIRACLES AT THE DOOR

miracles. . . there is no point exactly quite to wait for them. . . but, open up your heart, so when they come, they can come in.

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YEARS AS LIVING THINGS

The year slows and comes to an end, as all living things must do. . . And we can have it still, if we a little time and memory do spend, to listen how it sings, and notice what it … Continue reading

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CHEWSDAY: OUR DAY TO DEDICATE TO CHEW

Tuesday is our weekly day we dedicate to chew. . . Dig in. And in. And in. And in. The first “in” gets a little bite of food in through your lips and teeth for you. The others move teeth … Continue reading

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FOR THE LOVE OF GOD (AND YOU)

For the love of God (and you), be good to you. . . for it’s the fundamental foremost thing frees you to do everything that makes your heartstrings sing, to bring into the world the promise of your person wide … Continue reading

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