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life journey

Quitting to Live

Today's ashes are tomorrow's soil. Craig D. Lounsbrough   It was a big and final decision – to stop medical marijuana. It had been the new hope and, miraculously, initially turned the pain off like a tap. I stood and … Continue reading

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An Injection by Any Other Name

        Sitting in the dentist's chair is probably THE most unfavourite place to be. And when there, it feels as if we are always there – and time passes very slowly. The injection, described hopefully as a … Continue reading

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Wave of Kindness

Today, we had just parked when a guy leaving handed us his ticket. It had an hour left on it and he even backed up to give it to me. Just a random act, but that simple kindness set off … Continue reading

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Who or What?

What's it all about? The question becomes more urgent the older I get. Nor is it just mine. Do any of us know why we are here? Or what it has all been about? So many threads, such tangled knots. … Continue reading

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God Speak – Living in Conversation with the Divine

Suppose life is a conversation – between each of us and the wellspring, however we describe it – or him or her. It would explain all those synchronicities, solutions that miraculously appear, people we meet by chance who change our … Continue reading

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Above and Beyond

This road through pain; that is, handling it day to day, in the end has one central rule. It comes back over again – and it works each time. It is very simple, yet initially incredibly hard. Each time I … Continue reading

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Still, Small Voice

Don't ask, “Why did God let this happen to me?” Rather ask what did God do after it happened? When Bill had heart failure, which happened like a thunderbolt, what struck me most was the kindness, the unexpected help, the … Continue reading

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