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Unique Times

Where I share my jewels of wisdom of life

April showers bring May flowers and the fruit of our labor burst open with color as we move into Spring.  Spring, a time for renewal and opening to what is, not what was.  Giving thanks for all we have, not what we have not.   Rebirthing of our human condition is vital to infuse hope into …

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It’s Move it Monday and as we move into April with the vaccine underway and more and more people vaccinated, we are hopeful for a continued reduction in cases with a hopeful eye on the future, as we get the virus under control. It’s hard to believe it’s been a year of staying in and …

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Jump up with anticipation, ready to hit the roadpacking up the car, loaded to the brimsuit cases, sleeping bags, fishing rods, games and don’t forget the snacks.run back in for Mr. blankie and baby Ellie. God forbid we forget them.   Counting license pates, telling stories catching up on life’s events, playing my little eyes …

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I am so sad and shell shocked once again by the mass shootings, along with the suicide rate rising as I’m sure you are as well. This is a reflection of the inner pressures that build, creating a rage internally that gets displaced by either turning outward or inward. Seek help NOW if you are …

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No one makes it out alive:Some travel straightSome veer offSome in their own backyardSome over mountaintops Some to far off lands. Either way, there are the peaks and valleysWe travel with others and sometimes aloneWearing many masks along the way. Our travels always take us back home to the essence of who we are and …

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We’re finally getting a little much needed rain which we desperately need. I know some of you are up to your eye balls in storms and snow and enjoying bursts of color after such a cold season. It’s too bad we can’t spread the wealth and have equal playing time so we’re not either flooding …

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I remember when I visited Ketut Liyer, Elizabeth Gilbert’s medicine Man that she talked about in her book Eat, Pray, Love in 2015. You can imagine how excited I was after all of the profound experiences she shared on her journey to find love after her terrible divorce. She had weekly visits with Ketut and …

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“Treasured Moments of far off lands in your own backyard take you home. There is no distance in hearts that love. All the faces I have known come smilingback at me as I ring the bell or spin the sacred Prayer Wheel”. Cindy Buddha Medicine Land. Strip away the illusion of who you think you …

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Cracks make us HumanExposing all our ColorsBeauty Beholden! We are all broken.Each one of us has chips and cracks,like the dishes we eat off of and cups from which we drink.The Japanese call it kintsughi and consider this to be the gift of pottery.We tend to disrespect our broken parts and throw them to the …

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