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The Healing Center

I think people get bored of grief.” said Natasha. It’s like you’re allowed some unspoken allotted time – six months maybe- and then they get faintly irritated that you’re not ‘ better,’ like your being self-indulgent hanging on to your … Continue reading

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Friendship

The friends I met in my early 20s. Through our penny-pinching days, raising children, and divorces, we’ve remained so close. Even though I now live two hour’s away, 208 miles round trip lunch with them is nothing compared to the … Continue reading

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Question’s Please

Sometimes we’re afraid to ask because we don’t want to admit what we don’t know. I see this in classroom all the time- yet it never fails that when one person finally says “Okay, this might be dumb, but…everyone else … Continue reading

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Reality Remains

That which cannot change remains. The great peace, the deep silence, the hidden beauty of reality remains. While it cannot be conveyed throughout words, it is waiting for you to experience for yourself. – Nisargadatta Maharaj  Positively Purging-I welcome your … Continue reading

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First-Rate Version

“If you say you want to be rich and famous, you’re already behind the curve. It means you’re going to try to imitate someone. Be a first-rate version of yourself and not a second-rate version of someone else.”—David Morrell Positively … Continue reading

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