Monthly Archives: March 2017

Judge For Yourself 

You are the subject. Everything else in your world is an object. Everything, and everyone. You are always the subject, and you interact with the objects in your world. As the subject, you are also the judge. You judge every … Continue reading

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Cut It Out

When my brother and I were young, my parents were always telling us to ‘cut it out’. Tsk. Cut it out. Sigh. Just cut it out, would ya? Cut it out, I said!  When we heard this, we were supposed … Continue reading

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In The Silence of the Snow

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Weather, or Not

Today we are snowed in, staring out the window at Winter Storm Stella.  Tomorrow we will start the day off with a period of deep gratitude. It will be followed by a brief but overwhelming sense of joy.  The peaceful … Continue reading

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Holding My Breath

Someone once told me that my blog posts are ‘positive as f@ck.’ She went so far as to imply that I’m an optimist.  I don’t think I’m an optimist. I think I’m just happy to be alive.  I don’t deny … Continue reading

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Cherry Blossom Time

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Metamorphosis

When you try to make big changes in your life people take notice.  If you stop doing things the way you’ve always done them, or start doing new things, people start to question your motives and intentions. Sometimes the questions arise … Continue reading

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