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Honoring Life

Since the start of this blog, my commitment to you, my readers, have always been to be authentic. That’s why you often read about my in-process experiences and struggles as I was going through them, not after the fact. In maintaining the same spirit of authenticity, I’m posting a short note here to let you […]

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No Justification Needed

A few months ago, I wrote about what vulnerability is and that to be vulnerable is to remember Love—which is our nature—and to choose it over fear—which is learned. Again, to quote Marianne Williamson from her book, A Return to Love: Love is what we are born with. Fear is what we learn. The spiritual […]

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Beware of Projections

Have you ever heard that what you find irritating about other people are often your own shadows you don’t want to own? When we harbor disapproval or non-acceptance of ourselves, we can’t truly be understanding and accepting of others. Furthermore, we often project our own self-disapproval—even self-hate—onto others. It’s not just in being convinced that […]

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Perspective

Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

Finally home from having been away for nearly 2 weeks. What does one do with day-long air and sea travels combined, plus all the time spent waiting at harbors and airports? Watch movies? Yep, 7 in total between my outbound and inbound trips (with Life of Pi being the most thought-provoking). Read? Yes, 2 books […]

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