Bertrand Russell Speaks my Heart

You know how sometimes you read something and the recognition causes a kind of shock because another being has expressed your heart so well?  Bertrand Russell (1872 – 1970) at eighty-four, wrote this addition to his autobiography titled ‘What I have Lived For’. These five paragraphs speak my heart unlike any other words I have read…

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My Healing…or…Look Out World!

 Would it be silly to admit that I am terrified of myself.  I find I lack courage.  Yet I also find (because I did ask that darn universe), a big foot up my butt :(.  I find a whole different thing coming…that I said I always wanted…but…be careful what you dream!  The dismantling of all…

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walkin’ my talk

In the last two weeks my nice settled world has turned into a puddle of green protoplasm splattered across my window. Not sure why the protoplasm is green. Just feels that way!  Everything was travelling along nicely, the next three years at least clear before me, and which personally brought about a sense of contentment.  In…

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A New Cake of Soap

Sometimes I am taken by surprise by the small moments that bring such pleasure and with it eternal gratefulness for what I have rather than focusing on what I haven’t got.  Yesterday I discovered my son had put a new cake of soap in the shower. That alone was reason enough for celebration.  But as…

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Your Thoughts?

“Your feeling, my feeling, or anyone else’s feeling that something is so adds nothing to the resolution of whether it is so.” I read this statement in some very welcome feedback and it has been playing on my mind so much I must write                   With unreserved respect to the author of this line I absolutely…

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Don’t run Son

 28/060/10 This is written for my fourteen year old son who told me yesterday, that when he looks at most adults around, he doesn’t see much to admire. And it’s making him grumpy when they speak of the path they say he must follow; the path they themselves are on. I wrote this for him…

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