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by Christine Pfeffer for Jennifer I don’t know how it feels to be you and when you come to me seeking comfort I promise I won’t act like I do or if you shout at […]
Originally posted on THE RIVER WALK:
Read: Jeremiah 33:1-34:22, 1 Timothy 4:1-16, Psalm 89:1-13, Proverbs 25:23-24 Relate: Ben Franklin had one. Thomas Jefferson did it. So did Christopher Columbus. Among many political greats, we could name…
I heard this song last night with my family – reminds me of a long lost love, a man who cannot find his way deep into me. Through the thicket no way out, yet to find true love, […]
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Breathing is important to balance the nervous system. Sitting quietly while focusing the mind will change the brain when practiced regularly. We have found that the prefrontal cortex increases in gray matter when the mind is […]
Originally posted on the naked human:
http://www.gregadunn.com/gold-leaf-painting-by-greg-dunn/maki-e-neurons/ If you have read my last post “swallowing the sun” and if you have digested it, then a few disconcerting facts should be apparent: 1. All that you…
Originally posted on The Rootist Way:
Finding The Leader WITHIN By Contributing Writer – Edna “E” Balboa How did this little girl from the projects come to be a thirty-one year old woman standing on…
Timing is truly everything. In a world of chaos and order, some things may take time to develop and show up in our lives – the perfect job, the health you aspire to achieve, the love […]
There are famous writers that deserve to be shared, and this poet is definitely one of them.
WHY MONKS CHOOSE SILENCEby Daniel Skach-Mills To step out, once and for all, from under the sagging, word-weary roof of the mouth. To be the vast, unfeathered nest of emptiness out of which sound arises, and into which it lands. To live like the open ear of a furrow listening for a seed— loves infant hand knocking from inside, wanting in to be the world. DANIEL SKACH-MILLS is an award-winning poet whose poems have appeared in a variety of publications and anthologies including The Christian Science Monitor, Sojourners, and Open Spaces. His books include: The Hut Beneath the Pine: Tea Poems, In This Forest of Monks and The Tao of Now.