Posts tagged "authenticity"

Urgent and Exciting!

       The post could also be called Connecting the Dots, or What Can We Do?  In it I want to share my enthusiasm, concern, excitement, for what’s happening, as well as some awesome and inspiring links relating to these pressing issues. I also urge you to engage with these movements in any ways...

A Weighty Matter

In my recent post, Food, Glorious Food, I mentioned I had been fasting.  A friend said I should say more.  Well, I was preparing for my first colonoscopy 🙂  If you are over 55 or so, it’s to be highly recommended.  Things can go awry down there in our digestive tract and it’s way better...

Waves

My choir is singing the The Sea Symphony this weekend, Vaughn Williams has set Walt Whitman’s poem to music, and what music it is! Want to be inspired? Listen to this clip highlighting the Scherzo movement, The Waves, and enjoy the images. what an adventure! Whether or not I manage to nail all the tough...

YES! YES! YES!

I just came across a sweet, deep, heartful poem called “God Says Yes to Me” by Kaylin Haught. I love that God is female , that she talks with a warm, southern accent, and I was touched what she responded when asked whether it is was OK to do this, that, or something else… as...

What a Trip!

One of the essays in Becoming is entitled What a Trip! (page 71). And that’s just what I’m about to embark on this afternoon :-). I will be travelling in Egypt with a tour that takes an alternative approach to Egyptian culture and civilization, The Lost Civilization theory.Whatever the truth about the history of Egypt...