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She No Longer Fears the Wolves

She no longer fears the wolves. She has learned how to howl and run like them. She no longer envies the butterflies. She has sprouted wings and lets the wind carry her where it may, unleashing her thirst for adventure. … Continue reading

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Revolution

Revolution begins with a questioning mind.   Often the simplest and yet most profound question, the one which acts as fuel to ignite the ember of change, is this… Why?   It is our asking of this most basic of … Continue reading

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The Beauty and Power of Acknowledgment

Each soul on this planet has a simple desire at its core… to have its existence validated. It seems simple enough, the desire to be seen and heard, yet it holds tremendous power. To be acknowledged brings a sense of … Continue reading

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Legacy of Love

Love’s Symphony In the twilight of my grief I heard your love like a symphony Through missing pieces of my heart Each note carrying a different part And as these notes rose through the night Love’s music filled the cracks … Continue reading

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Do You Know Where You Are?

“Alice asked the Cheshire Cat, who was sitting in a tree, “What road do I take?”  The cat asked, “Where do you want to go?”  “I don’t know,” Alice answered.  “Then,” said the cat, “it really doesn’t matter, does it?” … Continue reading

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Finding My Voice

To quote Mary Lambert’s song Sum of Our Parts, “I didn’t know I was a phoenix ‘til I learned how to speak, even with ashes in my mouth I was still born to breathe.” From a young age I was … Continue reading

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An Analogy for Change

When we are no longer able to change a situation – we are challenged to change ourselves. ~ Viktor E. Frankl   I’ve come to see that change is like water flowing through a canyon.  I can’t stop change from … Continue reading

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