Tag: heart

looking forward

I recently came across a wonderful set of cards that serve to both highlight and showcase the beauty in our world, as well as to inspire with thoughtful words for reflection and contemplation. Each card has a theme printed on a picture of a… Continue Reading “looking forward”

fault lines

A fault line is defined as: a line on a rock surface or the ground that traces a geological fault. a divisive issue or difference of opinion that is likely to have serious consequences. Perhaps we are all familiar with the divisions in the… Continue Reading “fault lines”

circles, ovals and infinity

Until he extends his circle of compassion to include all living things, man will not himself find peace. – Albert Schweitzer I remember, as a child, a little game in which we all held hands in a circle, sang a little song as we… Continue Reading “circles, ovals and infinity”

stand for or stand against?

Standing against creates resistance. Resistance creates heat. Heat creates inflammation. Inflammation is an early step in the healing process…or, untreated, unseen, unsupported, can lead to infection. Infection, if left untreated, can lead to death. I recently put my toes back in the pool of… Continue Reading “stand for or stand against?”

poetry – reuniting

We move away, apart, separate from… our hearts, each other.   We move on, believing we can walk alone, do it alone, needing no one else.   We reach out, wishing to build upon the common ground we stand on.   Wiser for the… Continue Reading “poetry – reuniting”

the beauty of poetry

Dear Readers… I hope this post finds you well, as you continue to navigate this period of time we are experiencing collectively. We are finding our way forward in different ways. For many of us, writing is one of the tools we have and… Continue Reading “the beauty of poetry”

small things

On my desk sits a quote on a piece of pottery that is cradled on a small stand. Made by a local beloved potter, it is a special piece. I am a lover of quotes and when I saw this one years ago, it… Continue Reading “small things”

one more time…an opportunity to grieve

A good friend of mine said, “You are married to sorrow.” And I looked at him and said, “I am not married to sorrow. I just choose not to look away.” And I think there is deep beauty in not averting our gaze. No… Continue Reading “one more time…an opportunity to grieve”

prayers and miracles

Dear Readers, I send you blessings of love, peace, reconciliation, and wakefulness in these ongoing changing and unusual circumstances. We are all finding different ways to live our waking hours – whether we are working from home or not, caring for children or not,… Continue Reading “prayers and miracles”

poetry – invisible

No one knows. No one sees.   No one wants to know. No one wants to see.   So –   No one knows. No one sees.   And –   It’s ok. I’m ok.   That’s what matters.   To me.   And… Continue Reading “poetry – invisible”

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