Monthly Archives: October 2013

Values – Is Bling The Thing?

Decoration does not need to make a statement about cost. The ego shouts to the world, “Look at me!” regardless of monetary value. Native tribes might use body paint; other peoples may tend toward tattoos and jewelry. Value in terms … Continue reading

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The End is Coming!

Daylight Saving vs. Honoring the Timing in Nature I hate Daylight Saving Time. There. I’ve said it. For all to hear, thanks to the internet and social media. In the Spring, just when my body is easing into the beauty … Continue reading

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Tabitha The Tortie

My response to grief, guilt, and maximum stress is a flurry of activity either cleaning or cooking: my attempts to regain some kind of control in my life. When my Dad died, all I wanted to do was make cinnamon … Continue reading

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Dichotomies in Society

From a very simplistic point of view, a dichotomy includes opposite views on the same subject. Some societies divide between those who are most concerned with earning money, accumulating and/or using goods, and those who are searching for their spiritual … Continue reading

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Water

From the What-We-Take-For-Granted Department: Imagine having limited access to water. Imagine living in a village where the only water supply was what you personally carried from a local stream, river or perhaps a village pump. We can’t live without water. … Continue reading

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