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Ommm Desire: Know Your Heart

Here is February’s Nourishing Storm theme post on desire.  Go see what all’s doing over at the Storm. My view on this month’s theme is conflicted. Desire. It drives me towards my goals. But one of my of spiritual goals … Continue reading

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Peace, Love and Dirty Dishes

Dhish Dharma for us family circus freaks. Continue reading

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Soul Searching: Sat Nam: Truth is my name

Let your life speak.  I have always loved this phrase.  When I hear it, I immediately think upon my own life.  I look at how I’ve invested my time and energy and ponder what that says about me.  Then I … Continue reading

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Soul Searching: Amazing Grace. How Sweet the Sound

Grace is found in being present in the moment.  When we are mentally still in time.  Where we are okay and we know it.  Neither the future nor the past is in our Sight.  Our eyes see only the right … Continue reading

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How do you eat your Reese’s?

I often go to the Friends Journal website to take a peek at the upcoming topics.  As a member of the Religious Society of Friends and a very irregular attender, I like to use the topics as prompts for meditation … Continue reading

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Soul Searching: Even a blind man knows when the sun is shining . . .

“We need not feel God’s care to know it is working, any more than we need to feel gravity to keep us from sailing off into space.” It’s true. I do believe each of us is under the care of … Continue reading

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Soul Searching: Your stairway lies in the whispering wind . . .

The second inquiry of the book asks: how do I find that “still, small voice”? Have I heard God in the stillness of my soul? Have I been quiet enough to heed the message? That small voice is the sacred … Continue reading

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