Monthly Archives: August 2015

A DAY WELL DONE

Evening holds its sway. . . moon’s bright light, full spectrum. . . crickets, chirping echoing– they have their say, as I’m reflecting on a day well done: keeping practices and promises, completing foreseen actions, carved out time for prayer … Continue reading

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GIVING YOU A DOUBLE HIGH-FIVE!

Dear Readers, Double High-Five! I can’t literally give you some skin (or almost literally, per the alternate high five expression), but offer you a virtual double high five for whatever you’ve done today that you want to acknowledge yourself for. … Continue reading

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DROPPING THE NEED FOR EXCUSES

Once you drop the need to make excuse for everything you are and every thing you ever did or were, and then you cut you loose from all of your life’s chains and pains so slow assumed or suddenly bequeathed … Continue reading

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ENCORE!

Resistance roars! Find out and give it what it wants, bear with its strong persistence and its endless rants, for it’s really probable it will want something MORE! Continue to converse with it, find out its every want and need– … Continue reading

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IT ISN’T OBVIOUS

If everything were obvious to one, we’d have no need for all the rest of this vast Creation.

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SQUEEZE OUT JUST A LITTLE

if you can, take just a sec suspend your plans, and breathe. . . squeeze out a little tear, even though, I know, it doesn’t want to come– your eyes are tired, your feelings mired, and you don’t feel near … Continue reading

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A SMALL SUCCESS

Today is my 31st day in a row that I have kept a new commitment to myself, of introducing one new, good habit into my life, and doing it every day. I am feeling very good about myself and very … Continue reading

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THE DISCIPLINE OF DREAM

Apply a little discipline– not the kind that’s pretty mean, but the one that’s truly kind, which comes along when you let roam free your mind to picture in its fullness your life’s dream. . . take some good, long … Continue reading

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NOTHING LEFT TO DO

It seems to me there’s nothing left for me to do, but open up my life and send a little love to you. . . so you can take it in. . . but I don’t feel that’s always easy. … Continue reading

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MONDAY’S CHILD, TUESDAY’S CHILD– WHY?

Monday’s child is fair of face, is that because the moon, when it shines full, lights up the night in absolutely every place? And then, with Tuesday’s child’s epithet, the puzzle’s even apter to befuddle yet. . . For, we … Continue reading

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