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Happy International Woman’s Day!

“You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation.” – Brigham Young One reason our world is so out of balance these days is because the values, ideas, and wisdom that woman bring … Continue reading

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Dreaming with John L.

“You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope someday you will join us. And the world will live as one.” – John Lennon  Almost everyone is familiar with the iconic song, Imagine, by John … Continue reading

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The Recent Elections: Balance, Money, and Fear

The dust is settling from the US midterm elections earlier this week and I must say that, political affiliations aside, it was a mixed bag for reclaiming balance. Those Americans who decided to vote (or in some cases, were able … Continue reading

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The Fragility of Peace

  This quote from David Mitchell’s novel, Cloud Atlas, really intrigues me. On the one hand, history shows us that peace can be difficult to maintain in patriarchal cultures where physical altercations are deemed inevitable and war is often just … Continue reading

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Who Are We? We Are Powerful!

  I love Joseph Campbell! He is so wise, so profound, and sadly, so dead. I wish I could have met him, heard him speak in person, and asked him questions while he was still with us. But alas, back … Continue reading

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We Need A Hero!

  Growing up, I always thought of a hero as the guy (yes, it was usually a male figure) who arrives in the nick of time and saves the day. But then, maybe I watched too many westerns. This quote … Continue reading

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Follow Your Bliss (and Help the World)

What a great concept! Do what makes you happy and help will come from unimaginable places. Where do I sign? Oh, right; it’s called trust. Not a lot of that in a patriarchy where control is the currency of choice. … Continue reading

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