Monthly Archives: March 2008

The Exquisite Risk: by Mark Nepo

“When we have been worn to the instrument of who we are, we are ready to be played.  Then the events of the day…the dead bird stiffening in the parking lot, the happy child skipping in the Mall, the soft … Continue reading

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Letter of the Day:3-22-08

Dearest Friends,  Staying in touch seems to be difficult for me at this moment.  I am not sure exactly why, but I think it is simply about the emersion I am in here.  It is such an inward experience although … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week

Hope is a thing with feathers, That perches in the soul,  And sings the tune without words, And never stops at all.         Emily Dickinson

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Becoming an Okie

 ( The Question:  To be an Okie do I need BIG HAIR?) Lesson 3:  I needed to get my hair cut.  I panicked because I am a self confessed hair salon snob.  In NYC I laid down two big bills … Continue reading

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I Stand Corrected

It has been kindly brought to my attention that “Okey” is not spelled this way.  It is “Okie”. Okie-dokie!

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Astrological Tidbit: March 6,08

This New Moon in Pisces is rich with inventiveness that shatters existing limits of emotion and habit. Energy is moving so quickly that it’s easy to feel out of control, yet stifling creative impulses can be even more destructive. This … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

What I am actually saying is that we need to be willing to let our intuition guide us, and then be willing to follow that guidance directly and fearlessly. Shakti Gawain

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