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Hour of the Wolf is now

Hour of the Wolf/An Experiment in Ageless Living….is now available on Amazon. It is Kindle friendly. I hope it resonates with you. I want to thank all my friends who kept telling me to “write the book.”  Please let me hear from you. We need to have a conversation about living our lives outside of […]

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A place beyond time

The twelfth of never. A place outside of or beyond or unrelated to time. It is a great song. For some reason I was and still am drawn to it. Simple. Beautiful.  Haunting. What is meaningful to you. What does unconditional devotion look and feel like.  It is a feeling beyond time and space. It […]

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A nature walk and innocence

The two of them were so very excited. They started bouncing up and down as we said ….what about a nature walk.  These two 4 year old cousins…each one as precious and innocent as a blue sky on a summer morning, without a cloud in the sky, put their shoes on and were ready to […]

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The Patchwork of an Unfolding Story

Although the room does not look organized, it is. Although it looks like a mix of this and that, it tells the story of a life and a family. In one room. My eyes move from one spot to another. A smile forms and so does a tear. The shaman drum. I remember the circle […]

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What Do You Do with the Gift of Time?

You couldn’t really call it a village. It was more a stopping off point on the way to or from Namche. We trekked right past it on the way up but on the way down we set up the tents, sat by the river bank and then spent a quiet night knowing that the next day […]

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Being present in your life

January 13, 2010: The Relevance factor: I have often heard the story of people who could not wait to retire..to stop the stress of the day…and plan days of recreation( whether the golf community or some other activity), who shortly thereafter deteriorate quickly, lose their edge, or die just a few years after the “joyous” […]

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