Monthly Archives: December 2010

Happy New Year!

  Leave your baggage as the door of the old year closes. Pick up only what is Worthy, Important and Loving, And step into the door of a New Year. May your New Year Be filled with Purpose, Good Health, … Continue reading

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Wart Remover: On the Mind-Body Connection

Two warts have laid siege to my left index finger for over a year.  Stubbornly, they’ve resisted acid and freezing by both me and my doctor and home remedies such as duct tape and cayenne pepper mixed with vinegar.  Nothing … Continue reading

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Whiplash: On Connecting to the Body and Manifesting Health

A bullwhip in motion: the whip arches backward and cracks forward, its sound splintering the spine of the world.  Fascinating yet horrifying; no wonder doctors use the action of the whip to describe those who suffer neck injuries.  Most of these … Continue reading

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Happy Kwanzaa!

  This Kwanzaa, May your connections to Yourself, Your Family and to the World Be celebrated with Love, Peace and Faith!

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Merry Christmas!

This Christmas, It’s okay to be a bit naughty… Santa still loves you!

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A Northern Girl’s Ode to Her Southern Grandma: On Unconditional Love

“Lucille?” I asked.  “Your name is Lucille?” Grandma’s cheekbones swallowed her cringe, “I hate that name!” “Isn’t your name Virginia?” “My middle name,” Grandma smiled.  “But, I’ve always been a Virginia.” Quite an interesting thing: to be in my thirties … Continue reading

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More Sober Now: On Intuition

On Sunday, I spent three hours writing about learning to think for oneself.  It was thoughtful and provocative.  But you’ll never read it. In the post, I discussed an issue I had with a famous documentary filmmaker.  Surrounding a tragic … Continue reading

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