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WHO DO YOU TRUST?

A few weeks back, I woke up in the dark, happy and grateful that I’ve managed to carve out two-plus hours of quiet self-time before the day lights up in earnest. I sat with my morning coffee, watching the first … Continue reading

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OSPREY AND TROUT

That sacred summer I watched an osprey dive feet first wings spread like benediction when it rose with a silver, fluttering trout. That trout, oh! That trout plucked from the dense tug of water into the effortless current of air. … Continue reading

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ON THIS MOMENT

I wake up this morning in the dark of predawn. At my bedside is a cup of hot coffee with cinnamon and real cream, curtesy of my husband who brings me this tender offering each morning. My morning pills are … Continue reading

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AS PROMISED—A WEB RETREAT!

“Winter Sojourn: An Intimate Exploration of the Cold Moons” Winter-to-Winter, our spiritual and physical nature is matured and ripened by the seasonal, circular celebration of the seasons. This December, I am offering a winter web retreat to explore and build … Continue reading

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A WINTER WEB RETREAT

Several years ago now, I offered a winter web seminar on the gifts of the winter season. It was three months long, conducted through email lessons and posts, and all of us who walked this winter path together had a … Continue reading

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WINTER WISDOM: TAKING CARE OF WHAT IS OURS

Carter woke me up early this morning. “I wanted you to see the snow!” he said. In the glow of the outside yard lights the yard looked like a field of milk. A strong east wind had picked up somewhere … Continue reading

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