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Trust

In Consolations*,  David Whyte takes the reader on an exploration of words. The book is subtitled “The Solace, Nourishment and Underlying Meaning of Everyday Words.”  The dedication reads: Dedicated to WORDS and their beautiful hidden and beckoning uncertainties I don’t … Continue reading

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Being Brave (Baby Elephant)

Brave. What a proud word that is! It tastes great. I grew up with a delicious picture book that is sadly now out of print: Brave Baby Elephant.* The story with its wonderful illustrations quickly became iconic in my family. … Continue reading

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VOICE: My Word for 2019

Despite my angst surrounding choices (see last month’s posting), VOICE quickly popped into my head as my word for 2019. If the concept of choosing a word to inspire you each year is new, check out  “word for the year,” … Continue reading

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