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HOW DO WE PICK UP THE PIECES AFTER A DISASTER?

When a landslide destroyed our home several years ago, I had no idea how to pick up the pieces.  I learned.  The biggest lesson I took away from it is that we are not alone.  Everyone has significant setbacks in … Continue reading

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In the Spirit of a Contemplative Retreat

Earlier this week, I awoke thinking about Ash Wednesday. I had no idea why.  I just had a feeling that it had some meaning for me as part of the spiritual calendar. I remember that as a child, it meant … Continue reading

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WHAT CAN POSSIBLY STOP YOU?

Pursuing our dreams, goals and action steps is such a personal endeavor that it’s challenging to speak in generalities. Unless you stay focused and resolved to stick to it, distractions will steer you off track repeatedly. That’s why it’s important … Continue reading

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Do You Schedule Enough Dreamtime?

Sharing the story within my book Rainbows Over Ruins has taken over my free time. It speaks of the creative process I have been learning since the landslide, and I have been contemplating all manner of ways to tell people … Continue reading

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