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Once again we find the flowers eager to bloom after winter’s rest. TRY THIS WEEK: Add your Spring Haiku!
Hello Friends, it’s the seasonal haiku. Winter. Winter makes me contemplative. To me, winter feels like a time for remembering. For reflecting. For letting our minds and imaginations get quiet and really allowing the power of memory to wash over … Continue reading
Cool air changes the hues and reminds us to be present in our lives. TRY THIS WEEK: Stop. Observe. Take note. Be present.
What all have you seen on your way to where you thought you would be going? TRY THIS WEEK: Summer Haiku… leave yours here. :)
Over hundreds of years, in conversations with people at the end of their lives, those who are on their proverbial “death beds,” the results have been consistent. No one has ever reported that people said they wished they had worked … Continue reading