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Guidance Systems Old and New

Good Evening, God! This is is a photo our dear friend Martha-Lee took on her recent cruise around the islands.  It is a lovely photo but I wanted it for the lighthouse.  Not that long ago lighthouses were important navigational

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Posted in Light, LOVE, Meaning, Personal Responsibilty, perspectives, responsibility, self care as maintenance

An Invitation to Grow

Good Day, God! and Hello to Peter Shankman — photo right For years I have been aware that I am not a very good manager of myself. That “problem” is part of what made working so enjoyable! I had limits

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Posted in Expand my Heart, experimentation, Flourishing, growing toward up, Growth Opportunities, interactions, Motivation, Queen of my Life, responsibility, Rethinking, role models

Speaking up for Respecting One Another

Good Evening, God! Speaking up. Speaking out. Caring for those who are not respected. That is a pretty good description of what we all need to be doing — to meet the challenge of Our Times. And, harder yet, we

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Posted in A Spiritual Spring Cleaning, Caring, connecting, respect, Responding, responsibility

Blessing WHOM?

Good Afternoon, God! I wrote this blog in the 20 minute break at the Morning of Centering Prayer. It felt urgent, God. I’m beginning to understand that Blessing folks strengthens all that is good in them. That is why You

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Posted in Blessing, connecting, courage, hope, Hope as a gift from God, Prayer, praying, responsibility

A glance at the ocean — and at my life

I’m a very fortunate person, on many fronts. I am thankful! And yes, God. I remember: those to whom much is given, from them much is required.

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Posted in appreciation, beauty, connecting, gratitude, respect, Responding, responsibility, stopping to see, thankfulness

Dealing with the Stuff of Life

Worse yet, I think I have been waiting for You to help me feel like doing it. How foolish to think I will ever feel like doing something dull and tedious.

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Posted in Changing, choosing HARD, responsibility, Stuff, Work

The Open Doors of 2015

Dr. Dweck stresses the importance of Hard Work in mastery as opposed to resting on Fixed Intelligence. I loved the IDEA of Hard Work. I just haven’t applied it to my every day life.

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Posted in Books, Growth Opportunities, Hard Work, Help me to see, Possibilities, responsibility

Blogs I Follow
Brené Brown

chatting and sometimes, listening

Rachel Naomi Remen

chatting and sometimes, listening

A Moment with God

chatting and sometimes, listening

Sacred Dance Guild Journal

Since 1958 articles by members & guests offer news about activities, history, Sacred Dance practices, profiles of Sacred Dancers, choreography, images & illustrations.

Victoria Paulsen

How to Step In -- Substitute Teaching

Brené Brown

chatting and sometimes, listening

Rachel Naomi Remen

chatting and sometimes, listening

A Moment with God

chatting and sometimes, listening

Sacred Dance Guild Journal

Since 1958 articles by members & guests offer news about activities, history, Sacred Dance practices, profiles of Sacred Dancers, choreography, images & illustrations.

Victoria Paulsen

How to Step In -- Substitute Teaching