I just love this beautiful poem in the intro to the book "Coming Home to Myself" by Marion Woodman and Jill Mellick. Since they encourage the photocopy or transcription of pieces that carry meaning for us, I am sharing with grateful permission. Linearity does not come naturally to me. It kills my imagination. Nothing happens. … Continue reading Saturday Share – Marion Woodman’s poetry
Today I will tell my team about my career decision news. My director scheduled a mandatory conference call so I could tell them in my own words what I intend to do, and that I will leave the company in early August. It is interesting that my subconscious was working on this task as I … Continue reading Curtain call
Sounds of birds, trees, wind. Entering into my Soul. All is well Right Here. *** firstname.lastname@example.org
Dignity sculpture in Chamberlain, South Dakota. Plaque underneath sculpture:
Peoples here Before. Civilization. Really? Can we bridge the Gap?
I just started reading a book by Marion Woodman and Jill Mellick entitled "Coming Home to Myself: Reflections for Nurturing a Woman's Body & Soul." Some of the verses hit me almost viscerally, they speak so powerfully to truths that have been emerging in my life recently. So I will share a couple of them. … Continue reading Reflections from Marion
Sharing some wisdom from one of my favorite teachers today (cribbed from her Compass Points email): I cannot believe it is the end of May! Who hit the fast-forward button on my life?!? Cheers, email@example.com
I am on my way home from Belgium today. So I will not have the 'net time to pick a Saturday Share blog. I will share instead a low-res photo of the goose family I watched on the day that I was able to get some alone-time to flip the scrip on the attitude that … Continue reading Transatlantic