Dearest god-daughter

Dearest god-daughter In the middle of the night, instead of being home snuggled up in bed You were roaming the streets of the city. Free of rules, free of stupid adults, free to do what you want.   I know you feel old enough to make your own decisions We all did at sixteen. You…

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People in Emotional Pain

 To heal pain you must step up to it, you must examine it, you must find its deepest truth. This will hurt…a lot! We must step into our own internal fire of Armageddon where all things are revealed. About them, about us. And then we must express it, re-interpret it, understand it, accept it, and then own…

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You want to be happy?

The fact is I have not time to write these days. It’s all I can do to grab some time to read but if I have learnt one thing about myself  in the last seven months it is that if I MUST choose between reading or writing due to being time-poor, writing must go. My thirst for knowledge…

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Carings Good Damn It!

My son wanted to know exactly what I do in my job. I work for thirteen clients who have various serious disabilities. Acquired brain injury; motor vehicle accidents, stroke, Cerebral Palsy, chromosomal differences in all their variety.  My job is to protect these Peoples rights, to ensure that their physical health, their emotional health (feel…

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Do all the good that you can

Do all the good that you can,  in all the places you can, in all the ways that you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, for as long as you can. ~John Wesley

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Epistle One…or, My & Mary’s Life.

I haven’t posted much of late. My brains been to busy other places. My seventeen year old son, my new time-consuming job, and running a home and… I’m too tired to write. Things start each morning at seven o’clock and by the time it quiets down at nine thirty this little black duck is ready for sleep…

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Originally posted on Saudiwoman's Weblog:
Lama was a five-year-old half Egyptian, half Saudi girl. Her mother was born in Egypt and immigrated to Saudi over 25 years ago. Her father, sheikh Fayhan Al Ghamdi, was a frequent guest speaker on Islamists channels. Al Ghamdi divorced Lama’s mother and took custody of Lama soon afterwards.…

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