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THOROUGH

There’s a bothersome paradox at the heart of the Science of Mind philosophy.   Well, honestly, it’s not just in…

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CARRY ON

My first memory is of my father.  It was a little over a month before my third birthday.   He woke…

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HOPING MECHANISM

“I hope so.”  Too often, this phrase lands for me as terribly limp and feeble. It may contain a modicum…

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LET US LISTEN AND LEARN

I know that a lot of people, myself included, are unsure about how to participate and contribute to the work…

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VERACITY VORACITY

Fact-checking is not a violation of anyone’s first amendment rights.  The President of the United States shouldn’t be allowed to…

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PRETTY GOOD GRAVITY

A dream that I had about 5 years ago came back this week, at least part of it, the idea…

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FRAYED KNOT

A couple of years ago I placed a mail order for amaryllis bulbs for a New Year’s ritual at Bosque…

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MAKE WOMB

by Special Guest, Rev. Masando Hiraoka I’m not gonna lie: I’m starting to hit a bit of a wall in…

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REMAKE

I love Matthew Inman’s comics on The Oatmeal.  They’re kinda neurotic and existentially angsty, but also quite good-natured at the…

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awakening with you

by Sheila Towle suffering alone,fearing the worst, doubting, judging, resisting what is,seeking, demanding control of the uncontrollable stay present, stay…

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NEIGHBORLY

I finally watched Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, a 2018 documentary about Fred Rogers.  It was beautiful and touching, and…

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Singing During Quarantine

by Patty Stephens I sure do miss your voices and lovely spirits. Your hugs. It has been four weeks since…

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