Tag Archives: trust

Beautiful Faces of Peace

There are so many ways to look at peace. But whichever way you choose, Whitman is right, peace is always beautiful! It is beautiful loving your neighbor instead of hating them. It is beautiful healing people instead of killing them. … 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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Go With Desire

One of the ongoing areas where I’ve sought balance in my life is in doing what I think should be done vs. what I want to do. My workaholic ways easily succumb to the “shoulds” of life, always putting on … Continue reading

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Adding Trust to the Mix

My head has been awhirl these last few days with all sorts of dreams and ideas. And admittedly, since leaving my job, I have also occasionally visited the realm of panic. The paycheck is gone. What can I do to … Continue reading

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The Pros and Cons of Fear

Fear can be valuable.  It can be a warning.  It can be a teacher.  It can be a motivator.  All very good, unless overdone.  The problem with fear is that in large or regular doses, it can be paralyzing.  Once … Continue reading

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One View of True Freedom

Most of us have probably been told that the process of letting go is a path toward freedom.  Certainly, when burdened by pain and fear, our hearts will feel heavy, our hopes will be diminished, and we often settle for … Continue reading

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In Praise of Vulnerability

I love this quote because it speaks to the feminine principle.  As the receptive principle (the masculine principle is assertive), the feminine principle is truly the more vulnerable.  And as the principle associated with darkness and the interior, it is … Continue reading

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