Monthly Archives: May 2008

Tribute to A Good Man My life with Matthew Scala has been nothing short of the most important journey in my life. We have loved one another as friends, as lovers, as husband and wife, as adversaries and teachers for … Continue reading

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Becoming an Okie: Reality Shawnee

Reality Shawnee   I had to go to the vet today.  I needed a pill for my dog Xena who ate something unthinkable and …well I won’t go into the gruesome details. The Shawnee Animal Hospital is clearly one of … Continue reading

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EXPECTATIONS I have been here in my mother’s life for nearly three months.  Only today did I finally broach the subject of dying with my mother.  It happened very naturally, in a moment that was sandwiched between talking about the … Continue reading

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The Lament

The Lament by Maya Christobel   So,why do I feel ashamed watching the nightly news? Why do I feel that if I had only sent more money to those starving children with flies in their eyes on late night TV … Continue reading

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Letter From the Cosmos: In-Sourcing

“There are thousands upon thousands of us (spirits, angels, entities, energies) who are assigned a place in your world to teach and lead you to consciousness in the evolution of your planet.  Each of us has an area of expertise … Continue reading

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Letter From the Cosmos: The Tyranny of Spiritual Expectations

“You humans have many spiritual rules, so many inner judgments that make it impossible to live in love and practice appreciation and patience. You are so busy measuring your spirituality, your worth, your successes and failures and have no room … Continue reading

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The Ashram by Maya Christobel I said I wanted to live in an ashram, some place removed from the world, somehow closer to heaven than earth, as if heaven were the destination of choice and I would find peace and … Continue reading

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Mom is Pissed Off

Our mother….Gaia…is fed up it seems. Not only did she decide to have a tantrum with her cyclone, leaving hundreds of thousands of people forever affected, but she is burning land in Florida and on the eve of Mothers Day … Continue reading

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Letters from the Cosmos: Uriel Speaking

Wasting Time “We marvel at you humans and your need to accomplish things….even the most mundane things in a day like washing your cars, Ironing, cleaning, pulling weeds, shopping, being religious, eating out at bad restaurants, reading romance novels, obsessing … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week:

It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.   – Krishnamurti

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