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I’ve been celebrating my anniversary and preparing for dear friends’ intimate beach wedding. Naturally, the nature and mystery of love is on my mind. We all know the challenge to make it right, to make it real and how when we actually do, the whole world glows with us. When we don’t, we suffer and …

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While the experience is still fresh, I want to continue to share what I learned from my two weeks in rural Ghana. As honored guests in a small village, we had a full immersion into a remarkably different life style. As I wrote last week, they are deeply spiritual and accepting of all faiths, which …

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I have just returned from a 14-day intensive journey into a rural area of southeastern Ghana, called the Volta Region. My husband and I were the guests of a Ghanaian master percussionist who is also an Ewe Tribal Village Chief and Priest. We have hosted his touring Afrikana group at our home many times. He …

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Whenever we travel somewhere, we love the adventure of discovering things that are unknown to us. But most of our travel has been to places that are easy to explore through books and the internet, with well-documented histories and plenty of pictures. This week we travel to Ghana to a small town we can’t find …

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The news is full of extremes. We’re gullible, we’re glued to it and it sells. From the fear mongering of the RNC to the mass killings of lone gunmen, we are being inundated and caught in the drama. I want to make an ardent pitch that we collectively and intentionally switch our focus. Creating fearful …

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We planned a short getaway for a little RNR. Up until I arrived, I was wondering if the hassle of getting out of town was worth the effort. Did I really want to go through all the dash and details of getting things done, deciding what to pack, and the stress of flying anywhere these …

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We had another joy filled weekend. We invited family from near and far, along with a lively assortment of friends to celebrate my husband’s return to health. It involved, of course, a party with excellent music by our talented friends. Why does it seem we do this so much and what happens as a result? …

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There was a moment, over a decade ago, when everything became clear to me – my awareness of life changed in an instant. I was outside in my garden and noticed it seemed like I was enveloped in an energetic mist – everything seemed to be glowing with an iridescence. I stopped, transfixed and slowly …

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I spent this spring jetting around the country training and consulting – I’m grateful to be back in my mindful living routine. The contrast between these two lifestyles hit me, which is why I want to write about it. Are you living mindfully or moving so fast that you’re hydroplaning through life – just skimming …

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Last week I was immersed in two very different professional experiences. They both represent things of great passion and expertise, but I haven’t seen them as connected. This week, I have another perspective. They are absolutely connected as both operate at the leading edge of thought with similar values and processes – they are the …

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