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Touching Grief with Love

Lately I notice a lot of my widow friends reaching out because they feel alone.  They are sad, wounded and hurting as they meet their new life without their significant other, a life they would never have chosen ~ if … Continue reading

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Reverence for Life

The good news is that the future is yours to form, and you are responsible for yourself and how you feel in relationship with others and the world.  We are called to be our best selves and to define our … Continue reading

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Peace

Peace, did you achieve it throughout the Thanksgiving holiday?  I did fairly well, however, it was just my son and me and we joined friends for the day of feasting.  It is easy to stay present when things are just … Continue reading

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The Ladder of Gratitude

Gratitude is a way of conveying a big thank you to the universe.  It feels rather luscious to be filled with gratitude.  At this time of the year when the days are shorter, it provides a window of opportunity to … Continue reading

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Simple Kindness

As a widow, one of the things I craved most after people assumed things were “back to normal” was the simple kindness of asking me how I was today?  Did I need any affirmation? Clarity?  Support?  Understanding?  If someone would … Continue reading

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