It is Day of the Dead in Mexican tradition, and Samhain in the Celtic transition. How fascinating that separate cultures and traditions celebrate similar human experiences. It's also a bit amusing (or perhaps disturbing depending on your perspective) that religions tried to either co-opt or quash the celebrations. The Catholic Church tried to get people … Continue reading Dropping the illusion
via How Does Writing Help Us Heal? Okay, this blog is somewhat self-promoting, because Julie de Rohan mentions me in her post. But the topic is so relevant and I agree so strongly with the the concept that I want to share it with my readers as well. Julie is a psychotherapist in the U.K. … Continue reading How Does Writing Help Us Heal?
Hello and happy weekend! This Saturday's blog share is Angle Full of Grace, written by Kellie Knight. Kellie is a fellow Minnesotan located in the Northwest Angle of our state, a rather unique place that I must explore someday. She writes about life at the Angle, community, spirituality, wellness and gives s a lot of … Continue reading Saturday Share – Angle Full of Grace
Sounds of birds, trees, wind. Entering into my Soul. All is well Right Here. *** firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Readers! This month I was invited to participate as a guest writer in the "Making More Meaning" blog by Stephanie. I love her idea to invite several reflections from fellow bloggers on how we find meaning and I am honored to write on this topic. The minimalists have led the way in our understanding … Continue reading Meaning in everyday life
Yesterday I read a line from a book by Sue Monk Kidd's "Dance of the Dissident Daughter" that gave me a chill. It describes something about the transition state where I am in life right now and it summed up my feeling so perfectly. When you can't go forward and you can't go backward and … Continue reading Dissident daughters