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"The Green Wheel"


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    The Arc of a Life
    Summary: The image of an arrow curving through its trajectory has come to me countless times as the metaphor for a life lived on earth. . .

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    Wakeup Stories
    Summary: Imagine that when you wake up in the morning, there’s time to stay in bed a little longer to enjoy your favorite breakfast and listen to a wakeup story.

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    Fear, Prisoners, and Roses
    Summary: I’ve been reading Robert Sardello’s book, Freeing the Soul from Fear. Towards the end of the book, he posits that one of the ways we can surmount fear . . .

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    How Can We Practice Civil Discourse in the Public Forum?
    Summary: It’s snowing hard in Maine this evening. Everyone who lives here will cope with it. It brings us into a single focus as people. The snowplow drivers and the police and ambulance workers serve everybody.

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    Separations and Connections
    Summary: A while back my daughter and a dear friend of hers from New Zealand were talking and laughing during a Skype call. I walked through the room to get something and waved at the friend, over 9,000 miles away, who waved back.

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    Models of Love
    Summary: Walking through a small park near our home, I am awash with what I perceive to be messages of love from our beautiful earth, blooming and unfolding in an orgy of color and sound.

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    Moments of Joy
    Summary: It is interesting how our perception of life grows and changes. As a younger person I felt that I would ‘get there’ someday – there being ‘happiness’. It would be a state of being. It would involve developing the kind of relationship with my mate that I had always dreamed of, and owning the sort of home in the sort of place that we always wanted...

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    Why I Like to Pray
    Summary: I have a morning ritual where I get up and read a little, write in my journal, and then pray and meditate. I take anywhere from thirty minutes to two hours depending on how much time I have on a given day.

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