Tag Archives: joy

Happy New Year!

And may we take the giant steps toward reclaiming balance that our world so desperately needs! Thank you for stopping by. If you like what you read here, please consider following my Reclaiming Balance blog by clicking the + follow … Continue reading

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Discovery

Life is full of discovery.  Some discoveries are big, like finding out you’ve won the lottery.  Others are so subtle we hardly notice them.  Yet little by little, they add up to perspective shifts that change our lives.  Like a … Continue reading

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Nature’s Peace

This quote by John Muir always makes me want to run screaming from the room and head straight for the mountains (or oceans).  The sense of nature’s peace is always tangible, yet our modern lives have moved so far away … Continue reading

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Have We Forgotten Joy?

One of the subtle ways we demonstrate the out of balance nature of our world is the fact that joy is frequently missing from our lives.  A pinnacle value of patriarchy is material accomplishment, which by definition, is manifested in … Continue reading

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