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The Necessity of Love and Compassion

One can always count on the Dalai Lama to say things like they are. And although he doesn’t specifically emphasize it, he’s great at highlighting cultural imbalances between the masculine and feminine principles. Today, it’s how each principle approaches love … Continue reading

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Two Sides of Love

The actions of the feminine and masculine principles both manifest love. The masculine principle will protect and defend in the name of love. The feminine principle will nurture and connect in the name of love. Together they weave the whole … Continue reading

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Love: Touching Eternity

“Love is the beauty of the soul.” – St. Augustine I believe we all have a soul. I also believe that our soul transcends time and space, so can be considered eternal. And finally, I believe that St. Augustine spoke … Continue reading

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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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Peace on Earth

Let there be peace on Earth, and let it begin with me. Let there be peace on Earth, the peace that was meant to be. With Love filling our hearts, connected all are we. May we walk with each other … Continue reading

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Fear: The Great Paralyzer

Tell your heart that the fear of suffering is worse than the suffering itself. – Paulo Coelho It’s all about the fear. Fear impedes, separates, and will always make any situation worse. The fear of failure can birth failure. The … Continue reading

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Wonderful Wonder!

Wisdom begins in wonder. – Socrates  I love the word, “wonder;” it sounds so melodious. According to Merriam-Webster, wonder means “rapt attention or astonishment at something awesomely mysterious or new to one’s experience.” Beautiful. The definition alone feeds the soul. … Continue reading

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In Search of Peace

The presence of violence has been considered normal in our world for millennia. Warfare, aggression, the use of guns and other weaponry to enact perceived justice are all staples of a world ruled by patriarchal principles. And while there may … Continue reading

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A Duty to Love?

“I know of only one duty, and that is to love.” – Albert Camus What an interesting concept: A duty to love. Leave it Camus to position it that way. But it speaks volumes about the importance of love, even … Continue reading

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The Importance of Inner Work

“What we achieve inwardly will change our reality.” — Plutarch In a patriarchy, outer reality is an objective state; we can usually obtain agreement from those around us regarding what we see. We can all verify that the river is flowing, … Continue reading

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